Janice Cross wins monthly medal

Next week B-Jay Harper will challenge Kathy White for the Challenge Pin. We will be starting at 8 a.m.next week.

We managed to escape the rain for today’s golf game.

For the nine hole low division group, Jani Denis won low gross, Kath Stolth won low net and there was a tie between Marie Swain and Lee Anne Van Lent for the low putts.

In the high   handicap group, Lauretta Howard-Dyer won low gross, Bea Stuyt won low net and Lauralee Edgell had the lowest putts.

Pars were had by Doreen Grant on  no. 4, Lauretta Howard-Dyer on no. 4, Jani Denis on no.’s 2, 5 and 6, Marta Williamson on no. 7, Lauralee Edgell no. 2, Lee Anne Van Lent on no. 7, Bea Stuyt no. 2 and Kath Stolth on no.’s 4 and 5.

Last week Jean Illman chipped in on no. 17 for a birdie.  Lauralee Edgell shot an impressive 47.

In the 18 hole ladies division, Janice Cross won low gross and the Monthly Medal, Linda Christian won low net with 72.

Next week B-Jay Harper will challenge Kathy White for the Challenge Pin.  We will be starting at 8 a.m.next week.

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