Ladies enjoy three straight lovely weeks of prime golfing weather

The March Meadows Ladies have enjoyed three weeks of great golfing weather.

Norma O’Connell

March Meadows Ladies Division

The March Meadows Ladies have enjoyed three weeks of great golfing weather.

On Thursday, August 11, the ladies played a novelty event, named Secret Partners.

The winners were Christine McGovern and Marion Zboyovsky, Corinne Floyd and Margaret Lavigne, Sam Jones and Marion Zboyovsky, and Lynn Girard and Lorraine Lawrence.

Veronica Clarkson had a birdie chip-in on hole 11 and Norma O’Connell chipped in on number three. Christine McGovern captured the KP (closest to the pin) on the first hole, and Marion Zboyovsky shot K.P. on seven.

It was perfect day for golf!

Thursday, August 18, was a busy day for the ladies. The ladies played the first round of the Senior Ladies Championship, Par Day, Pin and Spoon, and the start of the Fall Eclectic.

Low gross was fired by Veronica Clarkson and one stroke off was Corinne Floyd. Low nets were shot by Christine McGovern, Lynn Girard,Carol Peterson, Lorraine Oliver, Judy Merrett and Diane Owens.

Veronica Clarkson birdied the tenth hole and shot KP Chip-ins were carded by Lorraine Oliver, Marion Zboyovsky, and Sylvia Lingren. Par Day winner was Veronica Clarkson.

Again, great golfing weather.

The second round of the Senior Ladies Competition was played Thursday, August 25. Low gross winner was Corinne Floyd. Christine McGovern was a close runner-up.

Shooting low nets were Carol Peterson, Marion Zboyovsky, Judy Merrett and Sam Jones.

Margaret Lavigne shot the only chip-in of the day, on the sixth hole. Corinne Floyd fired KP.

The ladies enjoyed a hot summer golfing day.

 

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