Ladies golf action in the Alberni Valley

The Alberni Valley Golf Course ladies’ leagues lucked out on Tuesday, not having any rain that the weatherman called for.

The Alberni Valley Golf Course ladies’ leagues lucked out on Tuesday, not having any rain that the weatherman called for.

In the Alberni nine-hole low handicap group of ladies there was a tie for low gross between Lauralee Edgell and Claudia Romaniuk. Kathy Toms won low net.

Lee Anne Van Lent had the lowest putts.

In the high handicap group Louise Berlinski won the low gross, Pat Dahlquist won low net as well as lowest putts.

Pars were had by Bea Stuyt on No. 4, Doreen Grant on No. 4 as well as MaryAnn Maddison on No. 4.  Kathy Toms had a chip-in on No. 5.

Ten of Alberni’s ladies went to play Brigadoon golf course in Parksville last Thursday.

For the 18-hole group Janice Cross won low gross with an 83, Barb Sheare won low net with 65.

In the ball sweep Sheare was closest to the pin on No. 4 and Shirley Goodman won on No. 17 with a chip-in. The prize was won by Janice Cross.

The final round was played for Match Play: in the A division runner up was Patsy Gauthier and the winner was Kathy White. For the B division, Janice Cross was the runner up and Barb Sheare was the winner.

Chip-ins were had by Gayle Rhodes on No. 18, Patsy Gauthier on No. 8 and 13, and Shirley Goodman on No. 11 and 17. Barb Sheare had a chip-in for a birdie on No. 8. Kathy White had a birdie on No. 13.

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