Thirteen teams of golfers gathered at the Vista Golf Course in Zanesville on Friday for a special occasion.
Proceeds from the outing will benefit 33-year-old Ryan Omen, who has undergone three brain surgeries this summer. Omen's sister Lynn Love said Omen had a mass removed from his brain after complaining about a headache over Memorial Day weekend.
"Today we're having this benefit for Ryan to help raise some money for basic expenses and medical costs,"...
A benefit golf outing will be held for a local man who has undergone three separate brain surgeries since Memorial Day.
The outing will be held at Vista Golf Course in Zanesville this coming Friday for 33-year-old Ryan Omen, who had to have a non-cancerous mass removed from his brain after complaining of a simple headache over the memorial day weekend.
"We're going to try and help him out with some medical expenses. He's got a long road ahead of him to recover. His family...
A local Golf Tournament Teed-Up as part of the World's Largest Contributor of Scholarships for young women this weekend.
The Miss Muskingum Valley Scholarship Program - a preliminary into the Miss American Organization- hosted their 3rd Annual Scholarship Fundraiser Saturday afternoon at the Vista Golf Course in Zanesville. Executive Director Stina McKendry said girls who take part in the program build confidence, social skills and become active members within their community....
It's been about four months since the Lepi family purchased a golf property in Nashport, and now Vista Golf Course is having it's re-opening.
Golfers were invited to celebrate this weekend with a discounted round of golf.
Co-owner Jim Lepi says he really wanted to re-introduce people to the course. So far, a couple hundred golfers have beee filtering in each day. While the course has received some renovations, he says his staff is continuing to make improvements, like...
The old Vista View Golf Course is re-opening as Vista Golf Course.
The Lepi family bought the property back in May and held a soft opening today.
"It's been closed since last fall, so obviously it needed a lot of work. It's going to need a lot of work in the future too. This is one of those things that's going to be ongoing-that we're going to keep doing this year and years to come, " says Club House Manager, Ryan Schmidt.