Harper smokes low net with 66 in ladies’ golf play

B-Jay Harper and Janice Cross take home the prizes in the 18-hole course.

It was another hot one on the Alberni Golf Course, Tuesday afternoon for the ladies’ league.

In the nine-hole low handicap group there was a tie for low gross between Claudia Romaniuk and Pennie Churchill. Lee Anne Van Lent won low net and Kathy Toms had the lowest putts.

In the high handicap group, Helen Weaver won low gross as well as having the lowest putts; Mary Anne Maddison won low net.

Pars were had by, Claudia Romaniuk, Doreen Grant, Nancy Blair, Lee Anne Van Lent and Kelly Gauthier.

Grant and Gauthier also had chip-ins.

For the 18-hole ladies, Janice Cross won low gross and B-Jay Harper had the smoking hot net of the day with 66. Sandra Simpson held the Challenge Pin, Shirley Goodman challenged her and Simpson still has the pin.

Leona Fowler will challenge Simpson next week.

For the KP challenge, Kathy White won on No. 6 and Carol Bouchard won on No. 15. Marie Randall won the special prize.

Next week is the beginning of September already , we will be playing for the Monthly Medal.

In the words of Tommy Armour: Golf is an awkward set of bodily contortions designed to produce a graceful result.

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