Simpson tops Alberni Golf Club’s ladies’ league

Sandra Simpson tops the nine-hole low handicap group at Alberni Golf Club’s ladies’ league this week.

Sandra Simpson tops the nine-hole low handicap group at Alberni Golf Club’s ladies’ league this week, carding a 51 low gross.

Kelly Gauthier had a hot putter and won low net with 38 as well as having the lowest putts, 15.  Betty Adair won low gross with 59 for the high handicap group, Carol Jaworski had a hot putter as well and won low net of 38 and had the lowest putts, 16.

Lee Anne Van Lent had a par on No. 13, Kelly Gauthier had a par on No. 17. Chip ins were had by Joan Hall on No. 11 and Kelly Gauthier on No. 10.

In the 18-hole ladies group Janice Cross won low gross with an 84 and Lynne Fridfinnson won low net with 71.

For the ball sweep Linda Christian won KP on No. 4 and Lynne Fridfinnson won on No. 13. It was a good day for Linda Christian as she also won the special prize.

If you are planning on playing in the Net Tournament on Monday, July 11 at Arrowsmith there are registration forms on the bulletin board in the ladies lounge at Alberni Golf Course. It isn’t too early to send them in.

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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