Pitch’n’Putt tees off

The Pitch'n' Putt golf column tees off for another season.

Nine hole ladies

A Division

There was a hidden gross score and it was won by Katy Lekich.

B Division

Hidden gross score was won by Lauralee Edgell.

Lois Robinson had a chip in on No. 12.

Marta Williamson had a par on No. 17.

Thanks for joining us today Teresa Cutting.  Good to see you back playing Lois Robinson.

18 hole ladies

The aerating is being done at the course so we played the back nine twice. Because of that  Leona kept the challenge pin and Linda Christian will challenge her next week.

Low gross was a tie between Anna Marie Krikke and Janice Cross with an 87.

Low net also had a tie for 69 between, Carol Hastings, Anna Marie Krikke and Kathy White

In the ball sweep, we added up holes No. 10, 11, 12 and 13 from the first time around  and holes No. 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18 from the second time around for the gross.

For the net we took half of our handicap off of the gross score.  Anna Marie Krikke won the gross part of the ball sweep and Carol Hastings won the net side.

They both got to pick a prize out of the gift box, which Patsy Gauthier did a very good job of putting together,  thank you Patsy.

Next Tuesday will be the last week of drop in before draws will be made up.

We will play the red tees on Tuesday , it has been fun playing the yellow tees in April.

Kathy White/Special to the News

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