Bouchard wins club title

Carol Bouchard shot a low gross 88 to win the 18-hole ladies club championship at the Alberni golf course on Tuesday, Aug. 11.

Carol Bouchard shot a low gross 88 to win the 18-hole ladies club championship at the Alberni golf course on Tuesday, Aug. 11.

Top low net went to Kathy White who shot 66.

Janice Cross was second low gross winner in the club championship and Marie Randall was third.

Barb Sheare won second low net and Gayle Rhodes won third.

K.P. winners were Janice Cross on No. 6 and Shirley Goodman on No. 10.  Bouchard won the special prize. White was challenged by Marie Randall for the challenge pin, White held on to it and Gayle Rhodes will challenge White for it next week.

In the nine-hole ladies low handicap division, Pennie Churchill won low gross, low net went to Nancy Blair and Churchill also had the lowest putts.

In the high handicap group Blanche Barrett won low gross, Pat Dahlquist had a hot putter and won low net as well as the lowest putts.

Nancy Blair had a birdie on No. 17. Pars were had by Churchill on No.’s 13 and 14, Dahlquist on No. 17 and Lorraine Wilson on No. 18.

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Gwyn Bowen celebrated her birthday in style at Alberni Golf Club on Tuesday (Aug. 4), winning low net honours with a 71 in the ladies’ 18-hole golf league.

In the nine-hole low handicap group Marta Williamson won low gross, Kath Stolth won low net and Julie Swaney had the lowest putts.

For the high handicap group Carol Jaworski won low gross and Betty Adair won low net, there was a four-way tie for the lowest putts between Marj Dufour, Pat Dahlquist, Lorraine Wilson and Carol Jaworski.

Pars were had by Kath Stolth on No. 14 and No. 18, Sandra Simpson on No. 14, Marta Williamson on No. 11 and Lee Anne Van Lent on No. 14 and No. 18.

Chip-ins went to Swaney on No. 15, Stolth on No. 11 Van Lent on No. 18 and Jaworski on No. 10.

For the 18-hole ladies, Carol Bouchard won low gross with an 88.

There was a three way tie for Monthly Medal, and after retrogression was done Barb Sheare was declared the winner.

In the closest to the pin challenge Gayle Rhodes won on No. 1 and Sheare won on No. 15.

The special prize went to Patsy Gauthier.

Pat Nicklin held the challenge pin, Kathy White challenged and won.

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