Signups are going on now for the Piqua City Championship. It is a 36-hole stroke play tournament July 8 and 9.
Opening round will be played at Echo Hills, with final round at Piqua Country Club.
You must be a member of one of the courses or a resident of Piqua.
Different flights are available but you must have a GHIN handicap.
You can sign up now at Echo Hills and cost is $40.
If you have any questions please call 778-2086 and ask for Chip.
36 at Echo
Ben Gover was low gross with 36 in the Thursday Industrial League at Echo Hills Thursday.
Ryan Pearson was second with 37 and Brian Robbins was third with 38.
Derek Jennings was low net with 32.
Tying for second with 33 were Todd Lavey, Damien Beougher, Jim Mackellar and Dave Novotny.
Paul Sherry Chrysler 44.5
Hemm’s Glass 37.5
Tim Horton’s 37
Erwin Distributing 33
Jenning’s Construction 33
Classic Concrete 31
A.R.M.S. Inc. 27.5
Atlantis Sportswear 24.5
Koverman Staley Dickerson 24
Winsupply of Piqua 15.5
36s at Echo
Brian Robbins, Mike Lavey and Brett Baumeister shared low gross honors with 36 in the Wednesday Industrial League at Echo Hills.
Bryan Butsch was low net with 30.
Andy Cox was second with 31 and Tony Larger was third with 32.
Mulligan’s Pub 47.5
Joe Thoma Jewelers 47.5
3 Bros & The “Law” 44
Dr. Steve Koon Optometrist 40.5
Long Shots 32.5
Smitty’s Bike Shop 32
Unity National Bank 30.5
Patriot Fence 22
Francis Office Supply 21
47 at Echo Hills
The Ladies League played “Blind Bogey” Tuesday at Echo Hills.
Tying for first were Judy Williams, 45; and Clara Sowry, 56.
Williams was low gross with 45 and Kathie Isenhouer was second with 47.
Karen Nickol was low net with 31 and Rosalie Snipes was second with 35.
Delma Grissom and Linnea Thomas shared low putts with 16.
Christmas in July
at Stillwater Valley
WEBSTER — The annual Christmas in July golf outing honoring the memory of Staci Jo Blythe will be held July 22 at Stillwater Valley Golf Club.
This fundraiser has helped over 1,000 children. Last year, it benefitted 125 children locally as well as an unknown number at of kids at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus who receive treatment at The James Cancer Hospital at The Ohio State Unviversity where Staci was also treated.
The outing will be a four-person scramble with a Peoria Handicap System and prizes will be given for first place gross score, first place net score and proximity awards.
A meal will be provided.
Cost is $25 for employees/cart pass, $35 for Stillwater members, $40 for Stillwater Trail Pass or Stillwater W.D. Members and $60 for Stillwater guests.
Hole sponsorships are available for $50, mulligans are $20 per team and there will be a 50/50 raffle.
Deadline for entry is July 18.
Information and registration forms are available on the Stillwater Valley Golf Club website.