Cross pulls out all the stops in Alberni Golf Club play

Janice Cross's name dominated the leaderboards in ladies' night play last week.

Janice Cross took the monthly medal with her low net score of 68 in Alberni Golf Course ladies’ action last week.

Cross came in with the blistering low gross score of 81, she took the challenge pin and last but not least, she came in first in the ball sweep— choosing various pars doing a nine-hole count and selecting her best holes.

Linda Christian came in second to also win a new ball. Not to be intimidated by Cross’s huge success, challenger Patsy Gauthier will put her game to the test for the challenge pin next week.

Tee times for next week will be a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. Please note this new time: golf will be followed by a meeting in the ladies’ lounge, and all division members are respectfully asked to attend.

Nine-Hole Division

A Division — Low gross was taken by Marta Williamson.  Lois Robinson’s great game gave her the low net position.

Pennie Churchill had a steady hand and a sharp eye to take the least putts.

B Division — Low gross in this division was a three-way tie between Audrey Pemberton, Louise Berlinski and Pat Dahlquist. Berlinski also scooped the low net, placing with Pemberton having the lowest number of putts.

Bea Stuyt chipped in on No. 9 with Churchill and Dahlquist parring No. 5. Pars were also recorded by LaDonna Knutson on No. 3, Pemberton on No. 4 and Williamson on No. 2.

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