Alberni womens golf: Nice day means play

When the clounds are away the golfing women will play in Alberni.

Finally a nice day for ladies golf at the Alberni Golf Club.

The Challenge pin was held over from the end of last season by Leona Fowler, her challenger today was Patsy Gauthier.  Pasty was the winner and her challenger for next week will be Janice Cross.

Patsy Gauthier took the low gross with a 92.  Low net went to Anna Marie Krikke.

Our ball sweep was the “ F “ game.  Score 10 points for every fairway you hit with your drive and subtract your putts.

Anna Marie Krikke won first with 111 points and Marie Randall took second place with 110 points.

Next Tuesday will be tryouts for Club Team Championship which will be played on Monday June 11 at Storey Creek.

Be sure to sign up for it before going out to play on Tuesday.

Patsy is doing a weekly Rules Quiz, try your hand at answering the questions .

The answers will be posted by the ringer board.

 

Nine hole ladies…

A Division:

Low Gross went to Kathy Toms, she took the low putts as well.

Low net went to Marie Swain

B Division:

Louise Berlinski won Low Gross

Lorraine Wilson took low net and Audrey Pemberton  was best at putting.

Louise Berlinski had a chip in on No. 12. Marie Swain, Katy Lekich and Kathy Toms all had a par on No. 17.

 

  • Kathy White pen’s ‘Pitch n ‘Putt’.

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