March Meadows golfers enjoying busy summer

The March Meadows ladies have experienced weeks of great golfing.

Norma O’Connell

Special to the Citizen

The March Meadows ladies have experienced weeks of great golfing.

On July 14, the ladies played the first round of the Club Championship. Karen Kloske was Low gross winner. Runner-up was Corinne Floyd. Low net winners were Sam Jones, Veronica Clarkson and Sylvia Lingren.

Corinne Floyd birdied No. 10, as did Sam Jones on No. 7. Chip-ins were carded by Corinne Floyd on Nos. 6 and 10. Sylvia Lingren chipped in on No. 6, as well.

K.P. (closest to the pin) was captured by Pam Palliser.

July 21 was the second round of the Club Championship. The round was won by Corinne Floyd with Veronica Clarkson shooting runner-up. Lynda Moir shot low net and Pam Palliser was one stroke off for runner-up. Chip-ins were carded by Diane Kaiser, Elaine Winter and Lynn Girard. Elaine Winter was K.P. winner.

The ladies played Par Day and Pin and Spoon Competitions on July 28. Karen Kloske was low net winner and Corinne Floyd shot runner-up. There were no birdies and the only chip-in was shot by Elaine Winter on No. 9.

Diane Kaiser was the day’s K.P. winner.

March Meadows ladies Open was held on Aug. 4.

Aug. 11 saw the start of the Fall Eclectic, Senior Ladies Competition and Par Day.

Veronica Clarkson shot low gross and Corinne Floyd was runner-up. Elaine Winter captured low net with Sylvia Lingren two strokes off for runner-up.

No birdies were carded but chip-ins were fired by Corinne Floyd, Veronica Clarkson, Lynda Moir, Elaine Winter and Diane Kaiser.

K.P. winner was Diane Kaiser.

On Aug. 18, the ladies played the second round of the Senior Ladies Championship under record-breaking temperatures.

Karen Kloske and Corinne Floyd tied low gross. Low net winners were Lynda Moir and Sylvia Lingren.

Corinne Floyd and Karen Kloske both shot birdies.

Chip-ins were fired by Jan Peden and Lynda Moir.

Sam Jones captured K.P.

Come join in the fun. Phone the pro shop for details.

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