Pitch n’ Putt: Ladies tear it up at AGC

What a mixed bag of weather the ladies’ golf club played in on Tuesday at the Alberni Golf Course. The golf course is in beautiful shape.

What a mixed bag of weather the ladies’ golf club played in on Tuesday at the Alberni Golf Course. The golf course is in beautiful shape.

In the Alberni nine-hole ladies low handicap group, Kath Stolth won the low gross, Marilyn Merwin the low net and low putts were shared by Marie Swain and Julie Swaney.

For the high handcap group, Mary Ann Maddison won the low gross, Lorraine Wilson took low net and Pat Dahlquist had the lowest number of putts.

Marilyn Merwin had a par on No. 14 with her chip-in.

In the 18-hole ladies group, Carol Bouchard won low gross with a 91 and Kathy White took low net with a 68.

Carol Hasting held the Challenge Pin. As she won’t be playing next week the Challenge Pin goes to the low net for today which was White. White will be challenged next Tuesday by Marie Randall.

In the KP challenge, White won on No. 6 and Carol Hastings won on No. 17.  Patsy Gauthier won the special prize.

Congratulations to Patsy, Janice and their crew for a wonderful Ladies West Coast tournament. The Big Break theme was so much fun. Patsy made a little golf purse for each of the 64 players, to the delight of the ladies.

Congratulations as well to the Alberni Ladies that were in the prizes.

Next Tuesday, July 1 will be Monthly Medal.

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