Another month of golf fun for Ladies Division

The March Meadows Ladies Division members played the first round of the Putting Cup Competition, Par Day and started up the Summer Eclectic, Thursday, June 16.

Norma O’Connell

March Meadows Ladies Division

The March Meadows Ladies Division members played the first round of the Putting Cup Competition, Par Day and started up the Summer Eclectic, Thursday, June 16.

Sylvia Lingren shot low gross and Corrine Floyd was runner-up. Shooting low nets were Veronica Clarkson, Lorraine Lawrence, Sam Jones and Diane Owens.

A birdie was carded by Lynn Girard. Sam Jones was the K.P. winner (closest to the pin). The ladies enjoyed a beautiful golfing day.

Thursday, June 30, saw the second round of the Putting Cup Competition and the qualification for Zone 6 Two Ball.

Wendy Klyne was low gross winner of the day and Sam Jones and Anne Wise tied for runner-up.

Low net winners were Veronica Clarkson, Diane Owens, Marion Zboyovsky, Irene Pearse and Marion Price. Birdies were shot by Sam Jones and Wendy Klyne.

Sam Jones, Wendy Klyne, Diane Owens and Marion Price all shot chip-ins. There was no K.P. winner. The ladies played in cool weather.

The first round of the Club Championship was played Thursday, July 7. Karen Kloske shot low gross and runner-up was Wendy Klyne. Low nets were shot by Christine McGovern and Lorraine Oliver. Diane Owens carded a chip-in birdie on hole 11.

The winner of K.P. was Bonnie Makowsky. The ladies managed to escape the rain, however, it was overcast all day.

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