La Donna Knutson returns to golf

The Alberni Golf Course nine-hole ladies’ low handicap group saw Jani Denis winning low gross and Juie Swaney won low net

The Alberni Golf Course nine-hole ladies’ low handicap group saw Jani Denis winning low gross, Juie Swaney won low net and La Donna Knutson had low putts.  In the high handicap group Lorraine Wilson won low gross as well as having the low putts.  Louise Berlinski won low net.

Jani Denis had a par on No. 16, Claudia Romaniuk had a par on No. 13.  La Donna Knutson had a chip-in on No. 16. We welcome La Donna back after her knee surgery.

For the 18-hole ladies, Janice Cross won the Monthly Medal. Cross is still in great form, shooting a 79 to win the low gross.

There was a tie for low net between Lynne Fridfinnson and Kathy White with a 73.

In the ball sweep Fridfinnson won closest to the pin on No. 6 and Shirley Goodman won on No. 11. Shirley Goodman won the special prize.

B-Jay Harper had a chip-in on No. 18, Cross had birdies on No. 5 and 16.

Even if you never win a tourney, golf will challenge you, and give you a chance to test yourself. Take the ability you have, do your best, and you’ll be happy.

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