Ladies golf in Alberni

The low putts of the day go to La Donna Knutson.

Alberni ladies 9 hole low handicap division, low gross had a tie between Kath Stolth and La Donna Knutson, low net was won by Lee Anne Van Lent.  The low putts of the day go to La Donna Knutson.

In the high handicap group, low gross was a tie again between Tineke Rogers and Gayle Calli. Low net was won by Lauretta Howard-Dyer.  There was a tie for the low putts between Betty Adair and Lauretta Howard-Dyer.

Pars were had by Marta Williamson , Tineke Rogers, Kathy Toms, La Donna Knutson and Kath Stolth.

Lois Robinson and Marg Dufour had chip ins.

The 9 hole ladies were in Qualicum May 16 for an Interclub.  Bea Stuyt had closest to the pin and Doreen Grant had longest drive.

In the 18 hole division Janice Cross won low gross with 88, Kathy White won low net with a 72.  In the ball sweep Shirley Goodman won closest to the pin on no. 2 and B-Jay Harper won on no. 14.

The special prize was won by Barb Sheare.  I was told Patsy Gauthier had an impressive chip in , up and over a sand trap and in the hole.  Way to go Patsy.

 

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