AGC ladies busy on the greens

It's been a busy summer for the Alberni Ladies Golf Club.

The Alberni Ladies Golf Club has been busy this summer. This past Tuesday, qualifying took place for the Handicap Cup. Greens were also aerated.

Individually, Carol Bouchard had a hole in one on hole No. 2 during the couples’ mixed tournament. Congratulations, Carol!

Nine-hole ladies

A Division

Pennie Churchill won the low gross as well as having the lowest number of putts. Low Net was won by Marilyn McPherson.

B Division

Louise Berlinski won low gross.

Lorraine Wilson took the low net as well as the low putts.

Pars were had by Lorraine Wilson on No. 13, Lauralee Edgell on No. 18 and Julie Swaney had one on No. 17.

Chips-ins were made by Dianne Hoadley on No. 11, Marta Williamson on No. 12, Marj Dufour No. 14 and Kelly Gauthier on No. 17.

Thank you for  volunteering at tournaments.

18-hole ladies

Low gross went to Marie Randall with an 89. Low net was won by B-Jay Harper with a 69.

The 18-hole club championship’s third round was played Aug. 13.

Overall Gross score was won by Carol Bouchard, second was Marie Randall and in third place was Kathy White.

Low net winner was B-Jay Harper, Anna Marie Krikke was second and third low net went to Gayle Rhodes.

The ball sweep was take the total of the par-3s off of your gross and net score.  Marie Randall won the gross score and B-Jay Harper won the net.

B-Jay Harper had the Challenge Pin with her low net; results from Gayle Rhodes’ challenging her were unavailable.

In the words of Paul Harvey, “Golf is a game in which you yell ‘fore’, shoot six, and write down five.”

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