The Nashville Ladies golf league functions to support the love of sport, and donates yearly club profits to the Nashville Municipal Golf Course. Monthly scrambles provide fun and fellowship, as does Guest Day, the June club tournament, the July League tournament, and September year-end banquet. The league accepts new members at all times during the April-September season. Ladies of all ages and abilities compete in flights A, B, and C which are based on handicaps.
The June 7th meeting of the Nashville Ladies’ Golf League was held at El Indio following a four-man scramble. Six teams participated, with the top prize going to the team of Tina LaBusier, Ricki Heggemeier, Cary Iftner, and Myrt Oexeman. Co-president Barb Crouse called the meeting to order and the May meeting minutes were read by secretary Leslie Small. Cheryl Colbrook gave the treasurer's report.
Joyce Sheridan and Tina LaBusier led the 3-Lady tournament committee, and reported that 16 teams will play on Saturday morning while 19 entered for the afternoon. This is an increase over last year’s turnout, and prize money will be increased accordingly.
This month, the Nashville club is also holding a handicap tournament which is being organized by Marilyn Taylor. In July, members are invited to the annual Nashville-
Okawville Challenge, which will be hosted by the Okawville Ladies' league on Tuesday, July 12.
League member Cheryl Colbrook was also awarded a plaque to commemorate her hole-in-one from May 30th. She was playing with her husband, Jay, and friends Carl and Lisa Tebbe, and used a three wood to soar 117 yards to the pin on hole number two.
The next meeting and scramble will be Tuesday July 5.