Ladies from both the nine- and 18-hole divisions display their year-end trophies at Alberni Golf Club: Marie Randall

Ladies from both the nine- and 18-hole divisions display their year-end trophies at Alberni Golf Club: Marie Randall

ACG ladies wrap up golf season in Alberni

The Alberni Golf Club’s ladies’ divisions held their closing luncheon and awards recently.

The Alberni Golf Club’s ladies’ divisions held their closing luncheon and awards recently.

Guests included Suzanne Jones from the board of directors and superintendent Steve White. Jones mentioned Oct. 25 as the closing for the season with dinner and entertainment, $38 for members and $43 for non – members.

The tentative date for the annual general meeting is Dec. 11.

Steve White gave a report on the ground crew’s accomplishments over the winter and spring and projects for the future. He was ready to duck when he brought up the new sand trap on No. 6.

The nine-hole division ladies did a great job of making up baskets for the raffle. Winners were: Suzanne Jones, Shannon Haggard, Sharon Haggard, Marilyn McPherson, Rosalie Lawes, Marie Swain and Marj Dufour. Donna James won the 50/50.

Nine-hole ladies awards:

For Overall Best  Attendance – Louise Berlinski was the winner.

Most Chip Ins – Katy Lekich

Most Birdies – Kelly Gauthier

Best Game on the Ringer Board – Marta Williamson

Helen Weaver Trophy for the best 10 games of putting – Julie Swaney

Mary Dyson Trophy for the Handicap Reduction – Joan Hall

Isobel Pearson Trophy for Par Golf went to LaDonna Knutson

18 hole ladies awards:

Field Day – Bea Kullman Trophy

A Division –  Carol Bouchard

B Division – Evergreen Savings Credit Union Trophy – Doreen Grant

Monthly Medal Winner – Carol Bouchard

Handicap Cup

B Flight – runner up Shirley Goodman

winner – Anna Marie Krikke

A Flight – runner up Gayle Rhodes

winner – Marie Randall

Master’s Cup

B Flight – runner up – Shannon Haggard

winner – Patsy Gauthier

A Flight – runner up – Marie Randall

winner – Janice Cross

Summer Trophy

Runner up – Carol Bouchard

Winner – Marie Randall

Par Bowl

There was a tie for first place between – Pat Nicklin and B-Jay Harper

Putts ( based on 14 best putting scores)

Runner up – Gayle Rhodes

Winner  – Carol Bouchard

Chip Ins

Kathy White, with seven this season.

Handicap Reduction

Carol Bouchard

18 Hole Ladies Club Championship

Gross

1 – Carol Bouchard

2 – Marie Randall

3 – Kathy White

Net

1 – B-Jay Harper

2 – Anna Marie Krikke

3 – Gayle Rhodes

Hole In One

Carol Bouchard

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