White hangs on to Challenge Pin in ladies’ golf at AGC

In the Alberni Golf Course ladies nine-hole division (low handicap), Marilyn Merwin won the low gross, Carol Cochran took low net.

In the Alberni Golf Course ladies nine-hole division (low handicap), Marilyn Merwin won the low gross, Carol Cochran took low net and Donna James had the lowest putts.

In the high handicap division, Lee Anne VanLent won the low gross as well as the fewest putts. There was a tie between Betty Adair and Mary Ann Maddison for the low net.

Pars were had by Lee Anne VanLent on No. 2 and No. 6, Marie Swain on No. 4, Kathy Toms on No. 2, Kelly Gauthier on No. 4, Mary Ann Maddison No. 6, Doreen Grant No. 2 and Pennie Churchill on No. 4.

For the 18-hole ladies , Gayle Rhodes won the monthly medal.

The Challenge Pin  was held by Kathy White; Marie Randal challenged her and White still has the pin. Barb Sheare will challenge White next week.

Low gross was won by Janice Cross with an 84. Gayle Rhodes won low net with a 63.

The KP challenge on No. 8 was won by Shannon Haggard and on No. 14 the winner was Gayle Rhodes.  The special prize was won by Jackie Little.

Congratulations go to for winning the BC Senior Amateur and the Mid Masters Championship. Also congratulations to Christina Proteau for her third place finish in the Washington State Amateur.

Port Alberni should be proud of them.

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