Blind man’s duff in Alberni

Blind golf?  That’s right, Blind Golf..the format for today’s ball sweep.

Each golfer draws a number out of a hat before the game, then their score is paired with the person whose number they drew.  Patsy Gauthier drew the right number to be paired with Ilona McLeod to take the Low Gross position.

Marie Randal also chose wisely and ended up pairing her score with Janice Cross which placed them in position to take the low net.  A new and different slant on an old game.

Low gross for today’s scoring was captured by Ilona McLeod with her score of 90.  Her net score of 74 also came in ahead of the pack.  Ann Brooks came in with the second low net carding a 76.

Ilona was also the holder of the challenge pin from last week and her scores for today let her keep the pin against challenger, Teresa Cutting.  Watch out, Ilona…B.Jay Harper is playing for it next week.

B.C. Senior Games qualifiers for Alberni are Shirley and Bill Goodman; Carol and Frank Hastings; Patsy and Keith Gauthier; Barb and Frank Sheare.

The final games will be held on Aug. 17-18 at Birch Bank Golf Course in Trail, B.C. and at the Castlegar Golf Course.

Team play

“B” team played Arrowsmith Golf Course ladies and Alberni ladies took the match with a score of 44 against the oppositions, 28 points.  Carol Bouchard is looking for players to fill in the slots for June 15 at Morningstar.

“C” team was also victorious in their quest against Eaglecrest racking up 38 1/2 points versus 33 1/2 points.

Interclub

Will be held here against Fairwinds ladies on June 10.  See Kathy White to get your name in the game for that one.

Next week

Tee times will start at 8 a.m.  We’ll be playing monthly medal which will be followed by a meeting with lots of important items to discuss.

This will be our last meeting until September.  Please plan on attending.

Nine hole division Division:  Wendy Lukas stole the show with her Low Gross win and was followed closely by Marie Swain who took low net.

Low putts was a three way tie with Marie Swain, Julie Swaney and Marta Williamson.

“B” Division:  Mary Ann Maddison held the honours here for Low Gross with Louise Berlinski grabbing the low net position.

Yvette Pedersen was in solo place with the low putts score.

Mini-Play-Day Winners:  Long drive for “A” Division was hit by Julia Turner and for “B” Division it was Trish Watson.  The KP (Closest to the Pin) on  No.4 was Louise Berlinski.  Last but not least, it was Bonnie McIntyre who recorded the Shortest Drive on No. 5.

See you next week, ready to play at 8 a.m.

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