Ladies keep the good times rolling at the March Meadows Golf Course

March Meadows Ladies Division golf report for Thursday, July 14, to Thursday, July 28.


Norma O’Connell

March Meadows Ladies Division

March Meadows’ lady golfers have enjoyed three weeks of great Thursday golfing weather.

On July 14, the ladies played the Pin and Spoon Competition.

The low gross winner was Corinne Floyd. Sylvia Lingren was a close runner-up. Sam Jones, Lynn Girard, Norma O’Connell, and Lorraine Oliver fired low nets. There were no birdies or chip-ins. KP [closest to the pin] was won by Marion Zboyovsky.

July 24 saw the third round of Putting Cup and Par Day Competition. Low gross winner was Wendy Klyne. Anne Wise was runner-up. Jan Peden, Sam Jones and Diane Owens shot low nets. Again, this week, there were no birdies or chip-ins. Diane Owens captured KP and Wendy Klyne was Par Day winner.

The second round of the Club Championship was played, July 28. Karen Kloske shot low gross and Corinne Floyd was runner-up. Low net winners were Lorraine Lawrence, Sam Jones, Judy Merrett, Sylvia Lingren, Lynn Girard and Wendy Klyne. Karen Kloske shot the only birdie of the day.

Chip-ins were carded by Corinne Floyd, Judy Merrett and Marion Zboyovsky. Diane Owens was, again, KP winner,


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