LOCAL GOLF: Bricker takes men's championship at Out Door Country Club


Matt Bricker won the Out Door Country Club men's championship over the weekend.

Matt Smith was the runner-up.

The men's flight winners and runners-up were:

First: Jim Nolt, winner; George Flinn, runner-up.

Second: Bryan Sipes, winner; Barry Epley, runner-up.

Third: Steve Hovis, winner; Tony Ferro, runner-up.

Fourth: Steve Siegel, winner; Mike Jordan, runner-up.

Fifth: Ed Waltemyer, winner; Ron Ehrhart, runner-up.

Jay takes Out Door women's title: Cindy Jay took the women's Out Door title, while Mary Bobst was runner-up.

The women's flight winners and runners-up were:

First: Donna Watson, winner; Karen Christiansen, runner-up.

Second: Mary Ann Bartucci, winner; Sheree Seben, runner-up.

Third: Delaine Toerper, winner; Pat Kurz, runner-up.

Fourth: Laurie Overmiller, winner; Loretta Navy, runner-up.

Nine-hole women's division: In the nine-hole women's division at Out Door, the flight winners and runners-up were:

First: LouAnn Hoover, winner; Deb Hoover, runner-up.

Second: Karen Traynham, winner; Petra Minkin, runner-up.

Third: Donna Dillenburg, winner; Ashley Sevick, runner-up.

Fourth: Sandy Loeffelholz, winner; Toby Gwinn, runner-up.

Fifth: Loretta Nolt, winner; Hope Dougherty, runner-up.


Three aces recorded: Three holes-in-one were recorded in the area recently.

Ted Harris and Jay Barnhart had aces at Honey Run Golf Club.

Harris used a 5-iron to ace the 180-yard fourth hole. It was witnessed by Zach Mann, Alex Merson and Ronnie Merson.

Barnhart used a 3-hybrid to ace the 181-yard ninth hole. It was witnessed by Neal Dieterle, Dan Fetter and Steve Dubs.

Tom Henry had a hole-in-one on the 156-yard fifth hole on the South Course at South Hills. He used a 5-wood. It was witnessed by Tom Holbrook, P.J. Kirkegaard and Spence Topper.

Russel, Malehorn team for title at Briarwood: Bob Russel and Ed Malehorn teamed for a 61 to win the Capital Region Golf Championship at Briarwood East.

Marty Trimmer and Rick Hoke were second at 63, while John Tile and Ray Gantz were third at 65.