Pitch n’ Putt: ladies scramble here

For the Nine Hole ladies low handicap group, Claudia Romaniuk won low gross as well as the lowest putts of the day.

The crew were aerating the back nine holes today so we played the front nine twice.

For the Nine Hole ladies low handicap group,  Claudia Romaniuk won low gross as well as the lowest putts of the day.

Low net winner went to golfer LaDonna Knutson.

For the high handicap group,

Mary Ann Maddison took the low gross of the day and there was a three way tie for the low net between Louise Berlinski, LeeAnn Van Lent and Lauralee Edgell.

Bea Stuyt won the low putts.

All the pars were made on No. 4 by LaDonna Knutson, Claudia Romaniuk and Julie Swaney.

18 Hole Ladies

Carol Bouchard took low gross today while Gayle Rhodes won the low net.

For the challenge of being closest to the hole on your second shot, Carol Bouchard won KP on No. 2 and Leona Fowler won KP on No. 4.

Barb Sheare holds the Challenge Pin,  Leona Fowler will try to take it from her next week;  9 a.m. shotgun start.

In the words of Ben Crenshaw:

My golf game’s gone off so much that when I went fishing a week ago my first cast missed the lake.

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