1992 – GOLF

Emilio (Mim) DiNardo, one of a family of 12 children, including nine boys who were golf caddies, was born in Ellsworth and is a resident of Bentleyville. He started caddying at Nemacolin Country Club at the age of 10 in 1929.
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He was a member of a Nemacolin caddy golf team and was an assistant-pro at five different clubs including Nemacolin and Lincoln Hill, where his brother Leo was pro.
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He served in the Air Force in World War 11 and returned to become one of the Tri-State area’s outstanding amateur golfers.

DiNardo won four club championships at Nemacolin and qualified for the Pennsylvania amateur tournament. He teamed with former pro, Mike Pavella to win a number of pro club champion tournaments.

DiNardo carried a scratch handicap for many years and is still a seven handicap golfer at the age of 72. He served on Nemacolin’s board of directors and was a member of a committee which handled caddy scholarship funds.