Swain wins ladies’ low net at Alberni Golf Course

Jani Denis and Lee Anne Van Lent were tied for the low gross lead in Alberni nine-hole ladies’ golf at Alberni Golf Course last Tuesday.

Jani Denis and Lee Anne Van Lent were tied for the low gross lead in Alberni nine-hole (low handicap) ladies’ golf at Alberni Golf Course last Tuesday.

Marie Swain won low net. Kelly Gauthier had the lowest putts.

In the high handicap group, Lois Robinson won low gross, low net went to Lorraine Wilson and Betty Adair had the lowest putts. Pars went to Doreen Grant on No. 4 and 5, Kath Stolth on No. 4, Jani Denis on No. 5 and 7 and Lee Anne Van Lent on No. 6.

In the 18-hole ladies group it was Barb Sheare’s day. Sheare won the monthly medal with a net of 63.

Leona Fowler won the 18-hole ladies’ low net with 68. Kathy White won the special prize.

There is still time to put your team in the Alberni Ladies West Coast Amateur. Find a partner, registration forms are on the bulletin board in the ladies lounge or call Janice at 250-724-2205.

Alberni sent two teams to play in the club team tournament at Sunnydale Golf Club in Courtenay and both teams were in the prizes. The team of Goodman, Gauthier and Hastings won third low net while the team of Cross, White and Sheare won No. 6 low net.


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