Ladies golf awards given out in Alberni

Awards were handed out for ladies golf in Alberni.

Nine-Hole Division winners are (left to right): Marie Swain

The nine hole division ladies hosted the 18 Hole Division ladies at our year end banquet to award the progressive golfers in each group for their yearly achievements.

The 18 Hole Division captain, Teresa Cutting, started off the award ceremony presenting the Bea Kullman trophy for A Division to Sharon Haggard.  The B Division trophy donated by the Coastal Community Credit Union was won by Doreen Grant.  These two trophies have been handed down from year to year and are determined by field day play.

Monthly Medal winner went to Marie Randall after a hot and heavy “shoot out” before the luncheon.

CLGA pin was a tie between Janice Cross and Anna Marie krikke.  Both ladies were awarded pins.

Handicap cup B Flight runner up was Teresa Cutting with winner B-J Harper.  A Flight was won by Ilona McLeod with runner up Anna Marie Krikke.

Master’s Cup B Flight winner was Teresa Cutting and runner up was Sandra Simpson.  A Flight runner up was Kathy White and Patsy Gauthier took the winners circle and the trophy.

Summer trophy was won outright by Teresa Cutting with 359 points.  Runner up was Ilona mcLeod with 360 points.

Par Bowl was won by Leona Fowler while runner up was a two way tie between Doreen Grant and Ilona McLeod.

Putts were taken by Patsy Gauthier with a total of 434 putts for the year. Carol Bouchard was the runner up with 438 putts.

Chip in’s were won by Leona Fowler who broke a tie with a chip off before the luncheon.

Handicap reduction is a real honour to win.  This trophy, which was established in 1936, went to Katie Cyr who brought her handicap index down from 26.6 to 23.4 in the space of one season.

Eighteen Hole Championship in the Senior Net Division goes to B-J Harper with Gayle Rhodes in second place and Kathie Smith in third.

Eighteen Hole Championship in the Senior Low Gross Division was taken by Carol Bouchard with Anna Marie Krikke in second and Kathy White in third.

Eighteen Hole Championship Overall in the Low Net category was B-J Harper first; Katie Cyr, second; Teresa Cutting, third.

In the Low Gross category it was Carol Bouchard taking the trophy in first, Anna Marie Krikke, second; and Janice Cross, third.

Nine Hole Divison club Captain making the presentations, Kathy Toms, revealed that there were an average of 24 members this year.

One of the members received the Attendance Award having played 20 weeks out of a possible 24.  Marie Swain was the happy recipient which displayed her dedication to the game.

The Chip-In award was a two way tie between Julie Swaney and Kathy Toms.

Ringer Board prize went to Sharon Hillman.  The “Helen Weaver Putting Trophy” went to Julie Swaney.

The Handicap Reduction Trophy was taken home by Louise Berlinski who has shaved five full points off her handicap this year.

There is a new trophy, just introduced this year.  It is the Isobel Pearson Memorial Trophy for Par.  This trophy was presented by Pat Dahlquist to Kathy Toms after a close competition with three other golfers.  Congratulations to Kathy whose name will be the first on the plaque in honour of a good friend and companion golfer.  The outgoing executive was given a vote of thanks by Lois Robinson.

Dates to remember

Don’t forget the Members Closing Banquet which will be held on Oct. 22 for all members.   Fun day of golf, dinner and dancing to wind up the season.

You can reserve your spot by calling the Pro Shop at (250)723-5422…and while we’re reminding you of dates..

Finally, to Ileen Berard…we were thinking of you last week…80 years and holding.  All the best from your friends at the golf course.

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