Award winners from the ladies’ nine- and 18-hole leagues at Alberni Golf Club with their hardware.

Award winners from the ladies’ nine- and 18-hole leagues at Alberni Golf Club with their hardware.

Winners on the greens

The Alberni Ladies nine- and 18-hole leagues held their closing luncheon at Alberni Golf Club earlier this week.

The Alberni Ladies nine- and 18-hole leagues held their closing luncheon at Alberni Golf Club earlier this week.

Nine-hole ladies playing 10 games or better were eligible for a prize and the winner was Louise Berlinski.  For the best game on the ringer board, La Donna Knutson won a prize. She was also presented with a breaking 100 pin.

Having the most chip-ins for the season was Kath Stolth.  Marta Williamson won for the most birdies, while the Isobel Pearson Trophy for the most pars went to Claudia Romaniuk.

The Helen Weaver Trophy for the best putting of the season went to Julie Swaney.  Winning the Mary Dyson Trophy by lowering her handicap by nine points was Lee Anne Van Lent, Lee Anne also had a hole in won this year on No. 17.

Awards for the 18 hole ladies:

Monthly Medal winner was Marie Randall, Handicap Cup B Flight, runner up was Marie Randall, winner was Katie Cyr.  A Flight runner up was Marilyn McPherson and the winner was Janice Cross.

Master’s Cup B Flight runner up was Carol Bouchard and the winner was Marie Randall. A Flight runner up was Pat Nicklin and the winner was Kathy White, the trophy was donated by Betty Clifford and Donna James.

18 Hole Ladies Club Championship Senior Division, second low net was won by Marilyn McPherson and first low net went to Shirley Goodman.  On the gross side third low gross was won by B-Jay Harper, second low gross went to Carol Hastings and the low gross winner was Carol Bouchard.

For the overall club championship, third low net was won by Katie Cyr, Carol Hastings won second low net and Shirley Goodman won first low net.

Third low gross went to Kathy White, second to Pat Nicklin and the Evelyn Stirzaker trophy for  first low gross was won by Carol Bouchard.

There was a tie between Carol Bouchard and Kathy White for the Summer Trophy.  Par Bowl trophy runner up was Marie Randall and the winner was Katie Cyr.

There was also a tie for the Lowest Putts of the season between Katie Cyr and Leona Fowler.  The most chip ins went to Katie Cyr.

The trophy for Handicap Reduction was won by Katie Cyr.

For the ringer board, low gross was won by Pat Nicklin and Low net was won by Gayle Rhodes.

By the looks of this I think we have had a wonderful year. Have great winter and we will see you again.

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