Flinn wins 13th President’s Cup title at Piqua Country Club; Schafer wins Seniors, semifinals set for men; Echo Hills league play continues


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Andy Arp chips onto the ninth green at Piqua Country Club on Saturday.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Trish Bradley hits out of a bunker during Saturday women’s division President’s Cup play at Piqua Country Club


Staff Reports

When was the last time Marla Flinn wasn’t the women’s President’s Cup champion at Piqua Country Club?

The answer would be 2011 and that won’t change anytime soon.

Flinn won her 13th President’s Cup and sixth straight Sunday, defeating Trish Bradley in the championship match.

Bradley had defeated Marty Dale to advance to the championship match.

Schafer wins Seniors

Dale Schafer won the Seniors President’s Cup, defeating David Hare.

Semifinals Set

The seeds almost held true to form in the men’s President’s Cup, with three of the top four seeds advancing to Saturday’s semifinals.

Top seed Chad Sherrill will play fifth seed Tom Christy — who upset fourth seed Andy Arp — in one semifinal, with second seed Paul Vandeventer and third seed Kasey Carter playing in the other semifinal.

The winners will advance to Sunday’s 36-hole final.

In the opening round, Scott Bradley defeated Mike Curtis; Christy defeated Doug Borchers; Arp defeated Tim Quellhorst; Dave Larger defeated Al Rister; and Chris Francis defeated Jeff Schaffner.

In Sunday’s quarterfinals, Sherrill defeated Bradley; Christy defeated Arp; Vandeventer defeated Larger; and Carter defeated Francis.

Two card 34s

at Echo Hills

Ryan Pearson and Brian Deal shared low gross honors with 34 in the Thursday Industrial League at Echo Hills.

Kirt Huemmer was third with 36.

Derek Jennings was low net with 26.

Kyle Reardon was second with 28 and Rick Rouse was third with 29.

STANDINGS

Paul Sherry Chrysler 69

Brownlee-Wray 66

Hank’s Place 58.5

A.R.M.S. Inc. 57.5

Gisco 57

Hemm’s Glass 55

Jennings Construction 55

Erwin Distributing 49.5

Atlantis Sportswear 46

Classic Concrete 40.5

Koverman Staley Dickerson 37.5

Winsupply of Piqua 30

Robbins cards

35 at Echo Hills

Brian Robbins was low gross with 35 in the Wednesday Industrial League at Echo Hills.

Mike Butch, Mike Bosse and Jeff Jennings tied for second with 39.

Scott E Rasor was low net with 28.

Don Ruffner was second with 29.

Joe Hostetter and Skip Murray tied for third with 32.

STANDINGS

Mulligan’s Pub 76

Dr. Steve Koon Optometrist 73

3 Bros & The “Law” 72

Joe Thoma Jewelers 67.5

OddBody’s 67

Smitty’s Bike Shop 54

Long Shots 52

Unity National Bank 51

Patriot Fence 44.5

Francis Office Supply 43

Isenhouer cards

44 at Echo Hills

Kathie Isenhouer took low gross honors in the Tuesday Ladies League at Echo Hills with 44.

Cindy Pearson was second with 48.

Karen Nickol was low net with 32, while Renie Huffman was second with 38.

Delma Grissom was low putts with 11 and Marty Hemm was second with 17.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Andy Arp chips onto the ninth green at Piqua Country Club on Saturday.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/08/web1_080517mju_golf_pcc_andyarp.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Andy Arp chips onto the ninth green at Piqua Country Club on Saturday.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Trish Bradley hits out of a bunker during Saturday women’s division President’s Cup play at Piqua Country Club
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/08/web1_0805187mju_golf_pcc_trishbradley.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Trish Bradley hits out of a bunker during Saturday women’s division President’s Cup play at Piqua Country Club