No.17 lucky for ladies’ golf club

The ladies golf league enjoyed a pleasant day of golf at the Alberni Golf Club last Tuesday.

The ladies golf league enjoyed a pleasant day of golf at  the Alberni Golf Club last Tuesday.

Claudia Romaniuk won low gross for the low handicap nine-hole group, Kathy Toms won low net and there was a tie for the low putts between Gayle Calli and Julie Swaney.

In the high handicap group Betty Adair won low gross, Louise Berlinski won low net as well as low putts. The previous week, Adair and Berlinski won low net and low gross, respectively, so they are trading.

Last week No. 7 was the lucky hole, and this week No. 17 appeared to be the lucky hole as pars were had by Julie Swaney on No. 17, Kath Stolth No. 17, Doreen Grant No. 13, Romaniuk on No.’s 13 and 17, Kathy Toms No. 17, and Nancy Blair No. 13.

Chip-ins were made by Betty Adair on No. 12, Louise Berlinski No. 15 and Nancy Blair on No. 16.

For the 18-hole ladies, Janice Cross won low gross with a wonderful-to-watch 79 (she won last week too with an 88), Linda Christian won low net with 70.  In the ball sweep Christian won KP on No. 8 and Barb Sheare won KP on No. 14.

B-Jay Harper won the special prize.  Linda Christian had a chip-in on No. 2, Janice Cross had a birdie on No. 5 and many pars. Way to go, ladies.

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