Lady golfers: pay dues

Fun, sun, golf and challenge pins, it just doesn't get better for ladies golf in Alberni.

18 Hole Ladies Pitch ‘n’ Putt

Janice Cross had the Challenge Pin, Kathy White challenged her and lost.  Kathie Smith will give it a try next week.

Ilona McLeod took low gross today shooting a 93.

Low net was shared by Anna Marie Krikke, Ilona McLeod, Shirley Goodman and Janice Cross with a 78.

For the ball sweep,  we played Putting Around.

For a chip-in we would score five points, one putt scored three points, two putts scored one point and if you had a three putt or more you would score minus two.

Announcement:

Please pay your $ 25 dues by next Tuesday, May 29 .

If you haven’t already, pay Janice Cross. Thank you for this.

Last week’s winners for Zone 6 Club Team Championships that will be played at Storey Creek June 11 are:

Team A—Ilona McLeod, Sandra Simpson and Carol Hastings.

Team B—Anna Marie Krikke , Sharon Haggard and Anne Brookes.

9 hole Ladies

A  Division:

Marie Swain won low gross and also won low putts.

Low net went to Pat Dahlquist

B Division

Low gross was won by Lorraine Wilson and she also won low putts

Lesley Anderson took low net

A team of 11 golfers enjoyed the Qualicum Interclub on May 16.  Great fellowship , good conditions and snacks too.

Kathy Toms achieved low gross, Katy Lekich and Marie Swain won low net.  Kathy Toms got the low Putts.  Lois Robinson had a chip in on No. 6.

 

Kathy White

Pitch and Putt

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