Women off to good start at AGC

For the low handicap division of the nine-hole ladies Claudia Romaniuk won the low gross, Kelly Gauthier had low net.

For the low handicap division of the nine-hole ladies Claudia Romaniuk won the low gross, Kelly Gauthier had low net as well as the lowest putts.

In the high handicap division Louise Berlinski won both low gross and low net.  Mary Ann Madison had the fewest putts.

Pars were had by Julie Swaney, Kelly Gauthier, Kath Stolth and Claudia Romaniuk.

Katy Lekich, Marie Swain, Mary Ann Madison and Kelly Gauthier all had chip ins.

We only had a handful of players come out for the 18-hole ladies, the ladies that didn’t bother to play missed out on a beautiful day for golf. Janice Cross had an 87 to win low gross, four of us tied for low net with 73, that was Janice Cross, Patsy Gauthier, Barb Sheare, Carol Hastings and Kathy White.  Patsy Gauthier had a chip in,  good start to the season.

Just a little fact on how the payouts have changed in the golf world, Matt Every won $1,134,000 last weekend for first place, in 1962 in the Los Angeles Open Jack Nicklaus won $ 33.33 for tying for 50th spot.

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