Bouchard medals in 18-hole action

Carol Bouchard goes home with the monthly medal after winning an 18-hole round in ladies’ golf play at the Alberni Golf Course.

Carol Bouchard goes home with the monthly medal after winning an 18-hole  round in ladies’ golf play at the Alberni Golf Course.

For the low handicap nine-hole group, La Donna Knutson won low gross, Kathy Toms won low net and there was a tie for low putts between Marta Williamson and Kelly Gauthier.

In the high handicap group, Lauralee Edgell won low gross and had the fewest putts for the day.  Betty Adair won low net.

Pars were had by Louise Berlinski on No. 2, Claudia Romaniuk on No. 4 and Kathy Toms had pars on Nos. 2, 5, 6 and 8. Way to go Kathy!

In the 18-hole ladies group, Bouchard and Janice Cross tied for low gross. Kathy White took low net.  Closest to the pin prize on No. 5 went to White, Pat Nicklin won on No. 14. Carol Jaworski won the special prize.

Come and join us, if you would like to have a game with the ladies at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesdays.

If not a member of the Alberni Golf Club just pay your green fees and come downstairs to the ladies lounge.

There is no drop-in fee for visitors.

If you would like to play please call Carol Bouchard so she can add you to the draw at 250-723-0274.

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