Emanon Country Club held its Opening Day Tournament on Sunday. The tournament was played under wet conditions but that did not stop the father and son team of Bill and David Mecca who shot a spectacular round of 8-under par 62, five strokes better than the runner-up team of Guy Fasciana and Len Benfante, who carded a 67.
The results of the rest of the tournament is as follows:
1 - Mecca - Mecca 62
2 - Fasciana - Benfante 67
3 - Stankewicz - Petrillo 69
4 - Mazar - Gentile 69
5 - Graham - J. Coleman 69
1 - McAndrew - Martin 74
2 - Robeson - Ray 75
3 - Zilen - Petrucci 75
4 - R. Barge - Guest 75
5 - Boylan - Gilbride 75
1 - McDonald - Stensy 79
2 - Bartell - Ferraro 80
3 - McCracken - Miller 80
4 - Tracy - Evans 80
5 - Barilla - Altavilla 80
1 - Sholtis - Amitia 83
2 - Zezza - Pace 84
3 - O’Connor - Mayer 84
4 - Naughton - King 84
5 - G.Rosencrans - R.Rosencrans 86
Emanon Country Club is holding its annual Ryder Cup Tournament on Sunday, May 22.
The tournament is a 6-hole switch format of 2-man teams. Cost is $90 per team which includes golf, dinner and prizes. Members could sign up in pro shop till May 15. Contact Emanon pro shop at 570-388-6112.
In a battle between the only two unbeaten teams in the Industrial League, Stevens Financial swept three points from O’Connor Plumbing in action at Emanon CC this past weekend.
Led by Rick Mazar and Guy Fasciana, both of whom shot 38, Stevens remained unbeaten and in sole position of first place. Tom Kerrigan led O’Connor, who slid to third place,with a 2 over par 36. Ashley Machine jumped into second place with a 3-0 win over AS Powers and Sons Plumbing and Heating Supplies. Ashley was led by Bill (Gillis) Tighe’s 37 and Joe Graham’s 38. Brian Rinker shot a 40 for Powers.
In other action, Red Mill routed Selenski Insurance en route to a 3-0 win. Mike Lazevnick and John Zelonis led the winners with 37’s as Rick Laneski shot the evening’s low round of even par 34 for Selenski’s. Hoffman Electric took a 3-0 win over PJ Adonizio Funeral Home thanks to 39’s shot by Jamie Bresnahan and Joe Dietrick. Marty Pleban shot a 39 for Adonizio’s.
The Brian Cashmere Memorial Golf Tournament will be held at Blue Ridge Trail Golf Club in Mountaintop on June 4. All proceeds from the tournament are donated to a scholarship in Brian Cashmere’s name, which is given annually to a senior from Pittston Area High School.
The entry fee is $100 per person which includes cart, green fee, and dinner provided afterwards at Blue Ridge, as well as entry into several prize giveaways. The format will be captain and crew, and there will be a shotgun start at 1:30 p.m.
Anyone interested in playing in the tournament, sponsoring a hole, or donating to the scholarship fund, please call Scott 570-466-2627 or Tim 215-298-4495 for more details.