Jani Dennis wins low gross at Alberni Golf

Another lovely day for the ladies on the Alberni Golf course.

Another lovely day for the ladies on the Alberni Golf course.  For the ladies in the nine-hole low handicap group, Jani Dennis won the low gross, Doreen Grant won low net and there was a tie for the low putts between Kath Stolth and Marie Swain.

In the high handicap group Lois Robinson won low gross, there was a tie for low net between Pat Dahlquist and Lauretta Howard-Dyer. Bea Stuyt had the low putts. Jani Dennis had a par on No. 12 and Claudia Romaniuk and Doreen Grant both had pars on No. 17.  Kathy Toms had a chip in on No. 16.

For the 18-hole ladies, Janice Cross won low gross, Gayle Rhodes won low net with a 67. In the ball sweep Gwyn Bowen won the KP on No. 9 with a chip in and Janice Cross won on no. 10. It was Gayle’s day, she also won the special prize.

Gwyn Bowen had 2 chip ins Nos. 9 and 13, Patsy Gauthier had a chip in on No. 3.

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

 

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