March Meadows ladies division wrap things up

Ladies end a great season with novelty golf, stellar weather and an awards banquet

The March Meadows Ladies Division ended the 2012 season with three weeks of Novelty Golf and stellar weather.

On October 15, the ladies held their year end awards banquet.

The winners for the 2012 season are:

Club Champion: Corinne Floyd. Runner-up: Phyllis Logan.

Senior Ladies Champion: Diane Kaiser. Runner-up: Lorraine Lawrence.

Medal Cup: Suzanne Jones Runner-up: Diane Kaiser

Lee Budden Competition: Diane Kaiser. Runner-up: Lorraine Lawrence.

Putting Cup: Lynn Girard.Runner-up: Irene Pearse.

Most chip-ins: Lynn Girard. Runners-up with a tie: Lorraine Oliver and Margaret Lavigne.

Club Two Ball: Corrine Floyd and Christine McGovern. Runners-up: Lynn Girard and Phyllis Logan.

Par Cup: Lorraine Lawrence. Runner-up: Diane Kaiser.

Most Improved: Suzanne Jones. Runner-up: Veronica Clarkson.

Norm Boden Competition: Lorraine Lawrence and Margaret Lavigne.

Most Birdies: Phyllis Logan. Runner-up: Veronica Clarkson

Club Champion Net Winners: A Division-Suzanne Jones, B Division-Sylvia Lingren, C Division-Diane Kaiser.

Lee Budden medalist: Christine McGovern.

Tombstone: Margaret Lavigne.

Warwick: Veronica Clarkson

B.C.L.G.A. Pin Round: Diane Kaiser.

R.C.G.A. Net Pin: Sylvia Lingren.

R.C.G.A. Pin Round: Suzanne Jones. Runner-up: Diane Kaiser.

Monthly Spoon Round Winners:  April: Judy Merrett, May: Christine McGovern, June: Suzanne Jones, July: Suzanne Jones, August: Diane Kaiser, September: Phyllis Logan and Christine McGovern (a tie)

Eclectic Winners: Spring: Suzanne Jones, Summer: Lorraine Oliver, Fall: Norma O’Connell

 

—Submitted by Norma O’Connell

 

 

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