Donna James wins low gross for Alberni Golf Club nine-hole ladies

Ladies facing Master Cup Final at Alberni Golf Course next week.

In the Alberni Ladies 9 hole low handicap group Donna James won the low gross, Claudia Romaniuk won low net and there was a tie between Kathy Toms and LaDonna Knutson for the low putts.

In the High Handicap group Carol Jaworski won low gross , Betty Adair and Lorraine Wilson tied for the low net, Adair won the lowest putts of the day.

Pars were had by LaDonna Knutson, Kathy Toms, Nancy Blair, Marta Williamson, Bea Stuyt and Marie Swain.   Kathy Toms had a chip in.

For the 18 hole ladies Janice Cross won low gross with an 86, Marie Randall won low net with a 69.

Randall was the winner of the  Monthly Medal Shootout with her 69.

Patsy Gauthier held the Challenge Pin, Marie Randall challenged her and won.  Carol Bouchard will challenge Randall next week.

In the KP challenge Patsy Gauthier was closest to the pin on number 7 and Leona Fowler won the closest to the pin on number 16.

Gauthier also won the special prize.

Next week is the Master Cup Final.

From the previous week:

Another hot one on the Alberni Golf Course.

In the 9 hole Low Handicap ladies group LaDonna Knutson won the low gross, Claudia Romaniuk won low net and had the lowest putts of the day.

For the High Handicap group Lorraine Wilson and Louise Berlinski tied for low gross and for low net.  Pat Dahlquist won for lowest putts.

Katy Lekich had a par on number 1 and Claudia Romaniuk had pars on numbers 2, 5, and 6.  Pat Dahlquist had a chip in on number 3 and Bea Stuyt had a chip in on number 9.

In the 18-hole ladies group , Janice Cross won low gross , Kathy White had low net with 72.  White held the Challenge Pin, Patsy Gauthier challenged her and won.  Marie Randall will challenge Gauthier next week.

For the KP challenge , Patsy Gauthier won on number 9 and Janice Cross won on number 18.  Marie Randall won the special prize.

In the words of Ben Crenshaw:  My golf game’s gone off so much that when I went fishing a week ago my first cast missed the lake.

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