|VOLUNTEER FOR THE us wOMEN'S aMateur qualifier||June 16, 2018 |
Last Year, Sophia Shubert's road to winning the US Women's Amateur started at Walnut Grove when she fired a 2 under par 70 to tie for 5th and go onto the US Women's Amateur where she qualified for Match Play and then won six matches on her way to becoming 2017 Champion. It's an understatement to say her life changed as she played on the US Curtis Cup team and also in this weeks Celebration of Champions at Shinnecock Hills just before the US Open.
As a walking scorer, spotter or timing volunteer you can be apart of our games next great story by being involved.
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|How are our qualifiers DOING IN THE US OPEN?|
|The Medalist from our Sectional Qualifier, Will Grimmer made the cut at 5 over par through 2 rounds and is the low amateur heading into the final 36 holes this weekend. He certainly picked the right time for his game to peak. |
Dylan Meyer, the recent graduate from Illinois and new professional also made the cut and had a stellar one under par second round and is currently at 6 over in a tie for 36th.
Brian Stuard was at 10 over par and missed the cut by two. David Gazzolo and Timothy Wiseman also missed the cut.
|diana schwab get a girl golfing review|
Held for over 25 years and begun and stewarded by Diana Schwab until her untimely passing a few short years ago. The DDWGA, Get a Girl Golfing led with Assistance from the First Tee of Greater Miami Valley aims to get young ladies into the game of golf. With the support of the DDWGA and donations from many ladies the Get a Girl Golfing does just that, a continues the legacy of Diana Schwab.
Thanks to Kittyhawk for hosting and the First Tee of Greater Miami Valley for being apart of this wonderful event.
Photos of Get a Girl Golfing
|Next Up for the Ladies |
|Miami Valley Golf Club is hosting the DDWGA Twin Best Ball this Monday. This noon shotgun features team scoring and the best two scores are used per hole. Awards are given for both Net and Gross Team scores in 3 flights of play. |
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|OHIO GOLF JOURNAL FOR JUNE |
Welcome to the June edition of Ohio Golf Journal. Be sure to click on the links and watch the videos to get the full multi-media impact of the information provided. ENJOY!Click on the cover to get started or go to their website, Ohio Golf Journal.
Check inside for all the details about the upcoming Marathon Classic in Toledo this summer.
There's also Ohio Golf News and results from the NCAA Division 1 Golf Championships.
Review June Edition
|NEXT UP FOR THE SENIOR MEN - MASTERS 2 |
|Formed more than 50 years ago and originally named the Dayton Seniors, the Miami Valley Masters is for Men age 50 and over who enjoy playing some of the Miami Valley's finest courses, friendly competition, a nice meal and a friendly social environment. Players of all skill skill levels are welcome to participate in these 18 holes events. Other requirements for eligibility are Membership with Miami Valley Golf and the active USGA Handicap Index that accompanies Membership. There is also a one time initiation fee of $25. |
Participates may make their groups or the staff of Miami Valley Golf will pair you. The next stop is at Sycamore Creek on June 25th, and the deadline for entry is this upcoming Tuesday, June 19th.
For More Details
|MVGA Men's Interclub Website with Standings|
|MVGA Twitter Account - @MiamiValleyGolf |
|MVGA Facebook Account - https://www.facebook.com/MVGolf/ |
|uPCOMING EVENTS & dEADLINES|
|June 4 ||US Open Sectional ||Springfield CC ||Review|
|June 18||DDWGA Twin Best Ball||Miami Valley ||Detail|
|June 25 ||Masters Event 2||Sycamore Creek ||Detail|
|July 12 ||Women's US Am Q ||Walnut Grove ||Detail |
|July 16 ||Men's US Am Q||Moraine ||Detail |
|July 26-29 ||Metropolitan||Sugar Valley ||Detail |