Knutson takes silver at Senior Games

Alberni golfers put on a good show at the B.C. Senior Games.

In the nine hole ladies Low Handicap group, La Donna Knutson was the winner of the low gross, there was a tie for low net between Kath Stolth and Lee Anne Van  Lent. Katy Lekich had the lowest putts for the day.

In the High Handicap group, Betty Adair won the low gross and Carol Jaworski took low net as well as having the lowest putts. Joan Hall had a birdie on number 13.  Pars were had by Katy Lekich, Marj Dufour, Louise Berlinski, Lee Anne Van Lent , Nancy Blair and Lois Robinson.

La Donna Knutson played in the B.C. Senior Games in Langley and won a Silver Medal,  Congratulations La Donna. In the 18 hole ladies group, Janice Cross won low gross with an 85, Katie Cyr won low net with 70. Leona Fowler held the Challenge Pin, Kathy White challenged her and lost, Marie Randall will challenge Fowler next week.

For the KP challenge Patsy Gauthier won on number two and Carol Hastings won on number 10.  The special prize winner was Carol Jaworski.

The final game of the Handicap Cup was played today,  A Flight winner was Janice Cross and the runner up was Marilyn McPherson.  In the B Flight Winner was Katie Cyr and runner up was Marie Randall.

Our meeting will be September 30.  The luncheon is October 7.

Winners  the Senior Games,  Carol Hastings and Carol Bouchard won gold medals and Barb Sheare won a silver medal,  way to go ladies.

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