Ladies’ league wraps up at AGC

The Alberni Golf Club’s ladies’ league wrapped up their season on a beautiful sunny day.

The Alberni Golf Club’s ladies’ league wrapped up their season on a beautiful sunny day.

For the nine-hole ladies low handicap group Claudia Romaniuk won low gross, Julie Swaney won low net and Mel Mhychuk had the lowest putts.

In the high handicap group low gross was shared by Lorraine Wilson and Lauralee Edgell, Lauretta Howard-Dyer won low net and Jean Illman had the lowest putts.

Pars were had by Kelly Gauthier on No.  3, Lee Anne Van Lent No. 5, Mel Mhychuk on No.’s 2 and 8, Romaniuk on No. 4, and Marta Williamson on No.’s 2 and 4.

Mhychuk had a chip-in on No. 6 and Howard-Dyer on No. 1.

In the 18-hole ladies group low gross went to Janice Cross with an 85, low net was won by Barb Sheare with a 70. KPs were won on No. 5 by Carol Bouchard and No. 16 by Cross. Cross also won the special prize.

Gwyn Bowen had a chip-in par with her putter out of the sand trap on No. 18.

Next Tuesday we will have the AGM at 10 a.m. followed by lunchat noon for  $15.

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