Ladies play a scorcher at home

It was another hot one on the Alberni Golf Course for the Tuesday morning ladies this week.

It was another hot one on the Alberni Golf Course for the Tuesday morning ladies this week.

In the nine hole low handicap group, Jani Denis won the low gross, low net went to Marie Swain and there was tie for low putts between Doreen Grant and La Donna Knutson.

In the high handicap group, Betty Adair won low gross, Lorraine Wilson won low net and another tie for putts between Bea Stuyt and Lauretta Howard – Dyer.

Nancy Blair had a birdie on No. 6.  Pars were had by hot shot Jani Denis on Nos. 2, 3 ,4 and 7.  Doreen Grant  No. 4, Kathy Toms No. 4, La Donna Knutson No. 3, Claudia Romaniuk  No. 4, and Lee Anne Van Lent No. 8.

Chip-ins went to Lauretta Howard – Dyer, Jane Bemner on No. 1 and Bea Stuyt also had one on No. 1.

For the 18-hole ladies, low gross was won by Carol Bouchard with 86, low net was won by Gayle Rhodes with 67.

In the closest to the pin on any shot challenge Janice Cross won on No. 8 and Barb Sheare won on No. 18.  The special prize went to Patsy Gauthier.

Carol Bouchard held the challenge pin, Carol Hastings challenged her and won it on the last hole.

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