Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Glade Sun

July 24, 2013

2013 Fairfield Glade Ladies Invitational a great success

The Fairfield Glade Ladies 18 Hole League two day Invitational tournament was held on July 13 and 14. The field was full and golfers came from 15 states. Our local Fairfield ladies scored very well and took several prizes. After many rainy days the weather finally was sunny. The golf course was challenging due to previous weather but the folks at Heatherhurst did a great job in making it more than playable.

Flight 1

First Low Gross-Jean Roise (145) Fairfield Glade

Second Low Gross-Sharon Kelly (148) Knoxville, TN

Third Low Gross-Carol Summer (148) Nashville, TN

Fourth Low Gross- Linda Mullins (149) Cleveland, TN

Fifth Low Gross- Sue King (150) Chatworth, GA

Flight 1

First Low Net -Anna McKinney (131) Harriman, TN

Second Low Net -Leslie Letner (134) Crossville, TN

Third Low Net -JoAnn Faulds (134) Fairfield Glade

Fourth Low Net - Gena Ridings (136) Franklin, TN

Fifth Low Net - Janett Braun (137) Indianapolis, IN

Flight 2

First Low Gross-Cindy Taylor (164) Clarksville, TN

Second Low Gross-Karen Maneval (165 Knoxville, TN

Third Low Gross-Brenda Davis (166) Fairfield Glade

Fourth Low Gross- Mary King (166) Fairfield Glade

Fifth Low Gross- Debora Baldwin (167) Knoxville,TN

Flight 2

First Low Net -Janet Taylor (132) Fairfield Glade

Second Low Net -Susan Klotz (133) Fairfield Glade

Third Low Net -Joni Kies (134) Goodlettsville, TN

Fourth Low Net - Karen Rodgers (136) Fairfield Glade

Fifth Low Net - Kim Mills (137) Knoxville, TN

Flight 3

First Low Gross-Janet Brooker (168) Crossville, TN

Second Low Gross-Susan McNamara (171) Cincinnati, OH

Third Low Gross-Sherry Stanley (174) Fairfield Glade

Fourth Low Gross- Donna Stanley (175) Chatsworth, OH

Fifth Low Gross- Young Boon Cantey (137) Fairfield Glade

Flight 3

First Low Net -Jeani Miller (129) Fairfield Glade

Second Low Net -Susan Summers (132) Fairfield Glade

Third Low Net -Peggy Brenneman (137) Fairfield Glade

Fourth Low Net - Donna Starr (137)

Fifth Low Net - Judy Wilson (138) Fairfield Glade

Flight 4

First Low Gross-Melinda Henneberg (137) Fairfield Glade

Second Low Gross-Sophie Nahod (178) Fairfield Glade

Third Low Gross-Cindy Stamps (178) Fairfield Glade

Fourth Low Gross- Debbie Eder (179) Brownsburg, IN

Fifth Low Gross- SaDonna Price (184) Powell, TN

Flight 4

First Low Net -Paula Morton (130) Greenbrier, TN

Second Low Net -Marti Lanfear (134) Anderson, SC

Third Low Net -Pan Skinner (135) Loudon, TN

Fourth Low Net - Mary Runfeldt (136) Fairfield Glade

Fifth Low Net - Susan Schleicher (138) Knoxville, TN

Flight 5

First Low Gross-Barbara Cook (176) Knoxville, TN

Second Low Gross-Linda Lebreux (183) Fairfield Glade

Third Low Gross-Jody Barr (185) Fairfield Glade

Fourth Low Gross- Joyce Stackhouse (187) Fairfield Glade

Fifth Low Gross- Mary Listenberger (138) Fairfield Glade

Flight 5

First Low Net -Julie Kratt (130) Fairfield Glade

Second Low Net -Marcia Jones (133) Fairfield Glade

Third Low Net -Shirley Lorentz (137) Fairfield Glade

Fourth Low Net - Judy Finch (137) Harvest, AL

Fifth Low Net - Chris Nagy (138) Nashville, TN

Flight 6

First Low Gross-Merrily Klug (194) Fairfield Glade

Second Low Gross-Shirley McMinn (197) Fairfield Glade

Third Low Gross-Patti McCarver (198) Brentwood, TN

Fourth Low Gross- Lachricia Hunt (203) Fairfield Glade

Fifth Low Gross- Betty Catron (204) Knoxville, TN

Flight 6

First Low Net -Patti Theile (137) Fairfield Glade

Second Low Net -Glenda Davis (138) Fairfield Glade

Third Low Net -Mary Manley (141) Brentwood, TN

Fourth Low Net - Rosie Robak (141) Fairfield Glade

Fifth Low Net- Sandra Douglas (142) Knoxville, TN

Overall Low Gross-Flights 1-3 Darlene Werhnyak (144) Lawrenceville,GA

Overall Low Net -Flights 1-3 Chris Kencitzski (127) Fairfield Glade

Overall Low Gross-Flights 4-6 Sharon Ellis (173) Fairfield Glade

Overall Low Net -Flights 4-6 Linda Amis (128) Fairfield Glade

Closest to the Line Crag Hole #7 Saturday  Lurisa Waldron Anderson, SC

Closest to the Line Crag Hole #7 Sunday  Diane Dunn Knoxville,TN

Closest to the Line Brae Hole #5 Saturday  Sue Mondary Brownsburg, IN

Closest to the Line Brae Hole #5 Sunday  Leslie Letner Crossville, TN

Closest to the Pin Crag Hole #14 Saturday  Carolyn Helton Grant, AL

Closest to the Pin Crag Hole #14 Sunday  Chee Chee Allen Signal Mountain, TN

Closest to the Pin Brae Hole #3 Saturday  Diane Dunn Knoxville, TN

Closest to the Pin Brae Hole #3 Sunday  Ruth Mullen Crossville, TN

Crag Diamond Ring Norma Miszklevitz Crossville, TN

Brae Diamond Ring Donna Starr

A Special thanks to all who contributed their time to making this tournament such a great success. Without volunteers this tournament could not take place. Thank you to our sponsors who donated money, food and prizes. The proceeds from the 40th Invitational were donated to House of Hope, Cumberland County School’s Family Resources and the Imagination Library. A special thanks to The Glade Sun and Crossville Chronicle for their continued support of this tournament. 

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