Ladies on the lookout for birdies, chip-ins, and shade

The ladies have had great golfing weather. Even on our extremely hot days, there is shade to be found at March Meadows

On Aug. 9 March Meadows Ladies Golf played a novelty counting putts. Margaret Lavigne was winner and Sylvia Lingren was runner-up.

Also, in the running were Sam Jones, Lorraine Lawrence, Diane Kaiser, Lorraine Oliver, Corinne Floyd and Phyllis Logan.

There were no birdies or chip-ins. The KP (closest to the pin) winner on Number 1 was Lynn Girard, and on  Number 7  KP was Floyd.

Aug. 16 saw the first round of the Senior Ladies Club Championship, Par Day and the start of Fall Eclectic.

Low-gross winner was Floyd and Christine McGovern shot runner-up.

Lawrence, Kaiser, Sylvia Lingren, Irene Pearse, Logan, Sam Jones and Carol Peterson were low-net winners.

Jones, on Number 10, shot the only birdie of the day and she was KP winner. Lawrence carded a birdie on Number 7 as did Kaiser on Number 11.

The ladies played the second round of the Senior Ladies Club Championship and the Pin and Spoon competition on Aug. 23. Kaiser is the Senior Club champion and Lawrence is runner-up.

Kaiser also shot low-gross and Jones and McGovern tied for runner-up.

Low-net winners were Lorraine Oliver, Marion Zboyovsky, Lavigne, Girard, and Lawrence. Birdies were carded on Number 7 by Veronica Clarkson and Girard on Number 13.

Girard also had a chip-in on Number 13, Kaiser on hole Number 4 and Number 8, Margaret Lavigne on Number 17 and Number 4 and Oliver on Number 18. KP was not won.

The ladies have had great golfing weather. Even on our extremely hot days, there is shade to be found at March Meadows.

 

— Submitted by Norma O’Connell

 

 

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