Ladies card another fine March Meadows season

March Meadows Senior Ladies golf report, another fine season of golf in Lake Cowichan

March Meadows Senior Ladies golf report

On Sept. 5, the ladies played the first round of the Club Two Ball and a Pin and Spoon Round. Sylvia Lingren was low gross winner with Corinne Floyd two strokes off as runner-up.

Lynn Girard, Sam Jones, Diane Kaiser, Lorraine Lawrence and Marion Zboyovsky all shot low nets. KP (closest to the pin) winner was Sylvia Lingren.

Sept. 12 saw the second round of the Two Ball Competition and the Par Cup Playoff. Floyd shot low gross and Christine McGovern was runner-up.

Low net winners were Kaiser, Jones, Elaine Winter, Judy Merrett, Girard and Zboyovsky.

The only birdie of the day was shot by Floyd. Chip-ins were carded by Carol Peterson, Girard and Lingren. Kaiser fired K.P.

Novelty Day was played on Sept. 19. It was best front or back nine. Low net winners were Girard, (well ahead of the pack), Jones, McGovern, Zboyovsky, Kaiser and Winter.

Girard birdied both No. 10 and 12. Clarkson birdied No. 1. Chip-ins were carded by Girard,Jones and Clarkson.

Kaiser took KP on No. 1 and Jones shot KP on No. 7.

On Sept. 26, the ladies played on two teams, captain versus vice-captain. The vice-captain’s team of Floyd, Merrett, Girard, Lingren, Lawrence, Irene Pearse, Peterson and Kaiser were the winners.

The KP was not claimed.

The final golf day was played on Oct. 3 with the weather cooperating beautifully.

The ladies played the traditional end of the season Tombstone and Horse Races. Clarkson was the Tombstone winner and Jones captured the Horse Race.

The ladies have enjoyed another successful season of golf. The banquet was being held on Oct. 7, with presentations and awards.

You need not be a member to join us next season. All are welcome.

 

— submitted by Norma O’Connell

 

 

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