Snow balls or golf balls in Alberni

It was a good turnout on a chilly day for ladies golf in Alberni.

There was a good turnout for a chilly day of golf for the ladies.

We persevered and luckily did not have to post scores as yet.  But Janice Cross held steady for the low gross and Pat Nicklin was awarded low net.  Longest putt 19 and under handicap was played by B.J Harper and 20-plus handicap was captured by Carol Hastings.

On the Nine Hole Division side, good turnout as well, with A div. low gross recorded by Kathy Toms, low net by Marie Swain, fewest putts Katy Lekich. B div. Joan Hall took low gross with June Parks capturing low net and June also taking bragging rights for low putts.  The greens are in great shape, congratulations to all.

The club is encouraging any ladies that wish to use the yellow tees, please keep score and hand in cards at pro shop for Pat Nicklin, this will provide much needed data for our course in general.

Ladies, please check the bulletin boards  for upcoming events and bring a guest out for a round of golf at our beautiful course. Tip of the day… play with friends that you can trust to keep an eye on your ball, that will help with asyndrome.

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