Monthly medal on the horizon

Low Handicap group, La Donna Knutson won the low gross, Kath Stolth took the low net and Julie Swaney had the lowest putts.

Nine-hole ladies

Low Handicap group, La Donna Knutson won the low gross, Kath Stolth took the low net and Julie Swaney had the lowest putts.

In the High Handicap group, Lee Anne Van Lent won the low gross, Joan Hall took the low net.  There was a three way tie for the lowest putts between Joan Hall, Lauralee Edgell and Jean Illman.

Kathy Toms and Julie Swaney both had pars on No. 4.

There is an 8:30 a.m. start next Tuesday May 6.  Groups will be made up, you need to be signed up by Monday, 8 p.m. Please indicate if you use a cart.

If you have signed up to play and can’t make it , please call or e-mail Julie Swaney before 8 p.m. Monday.  Otherwise call the pro shop in the morning so your group isn’t waiting for you.  Fifteen minutes before tee time I will take the draw to the pro shop.

There will be a meeting next week.

18 hole ladies

Janice Cross won the low gross of the day while Patsy Gauthier won the low net.  Barb Sheare held the challenge pin, Leona Fowler challenged her, Sheare still has the pin.

Next week will be Monthly Medal and a meeting.

Our KP challenge was on No. 1 and No.  11 today, it was the closest shot to the pin.  Leona Fowler won number one hands down with a chip in.  Brenda Goorts won number eleven.

We start at 8:30 a.m. next week ( May 6).  Patsy will make tee times for us, call her if you don’t have e-mail.

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