Cross hits 84 for 18-hole low gross bragging rights

Next week will be the first round of the Ladies’ 18-hole club championship.

Jani Denis was the low handicap low gross winner for the nine-hole ladies in women’s club play at Alberni Golf Club on Tuesday.

Kath Stolth won low net as well as the low putts.

In the high handicap group, Lauralee Edgell won low gross, Carol Jaworski won low net and June Parks had the lowest putts.

Denis had a birdie on No. 3.  Pars were had by Doreen Grant on No. 5, Jani Denis on No.’s 1, 2, 5 and 8, Lee Anne Van Lent on No.’s 2, 5, and 6, Marta Williamson on No. 6 and Kath Stolth on No. 8.

Chip-ins were in order for the day as well by June Parks on No. 7 , Kathy Toms on No. 9 and Lauralee Edgell on No. 4.

For the 18-hole ladies, low gross was won by Janice Cross with an impressive 84 and low net was won by Pat Nicklin with an equally impressive 68. Nicklin was challenged by Barb Sheare for the Challenge Pin and held onto it this week. Kathy White will challenge next week.

In the closest to the pin challenge, Shirley Goodman won on No. 2 and lucky Gwyn Bowen won on No. 11. The special prize was won by La Donna Knutson.

Next week will be the first round of the Ladies’ 18-hole club championship.

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