Gauthier tops at AGC

Kelly Gauthier won low gross as well as had the lowest putts in nine-hole ladies’ low handicap play at Alberni Golf Club this week.

Kelly Gauthier won low gross as well as had the lowest putts in nine-hole ladies’ low handicap play at Alberni Golf Club this week.

Marie Swain and Julie Swaney shared low net in the same category.

In the high handicap group Lorraine Wilson won low gross and as well had the lowest putts. Bea Stuyt won low net.

Doreen Grant had a par on No. 14.

Ten ladies from the nine-hole group attended Qualicum Interclub on Monday: Claudia Romaniuk won the longest putt.

For the 18- hole ladies division, Carol Bouchard won low gross with 88, Janice Cross won low net with 74.  In the closest to the pin challenge Carol Hastings won for having a chip-in on No. 9 and Janice Cross won on No. 16.

In the words of Bob Hope: If you watch a game it’s fun, if you play it it’s recreation.  If you work at it it’s golf.

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