March Meadows lady golfers wind down for season

Golf course is in great shape: Here’s to good weather to finish off the season.

On Aug. 30, the ladies played the first round of the Two Ball Competition and the Pin and Spoon Competition.

Low-gross winner for the day was Corinne Floyd. Phyllis Logan and Sam Jones tied for runner-up.

Christine McGovern, Sylvia Lingren, Margaret Lavigne, Diane Kaiser and Judy Merrett shot low-nets.

Lingren birdied Number 11 and chipped-in on Number 18 while Logan shot a birdie on Number 16 and fired KP (closest to the pin) on Number 1.

Sept. 6 was the second round of the Club Two Ball Competition. Floyd was, once again, low-gross winner. The runner-up was Lingren. Low-net winners were Lavigne, Jones, Lorraine Lawrence, Merrett, Diane Kaiser and Logan. Phyllis shot the only birdie of the day on Number 11.

Lawrence had chip-ins on both Number 1 and Number 8. Floyd chipped-in on Number 2 as did Logan on Number 11. Christine McGovern shot KP.

The Par Cup Playoff was on the schedule for Sept.13. Jones and Logan tied for low-gross. Low-net winners were Lawrence, Lingren, Veronica Clarkson, Kaiser, Merrett and Irene Pearse.

Wendy Klyne shot the only birdie of the day on Number 10. Logan and Pearse both chipped in on Number 9 with Logan being KP winner on Number 1.

The golf course is in great shape with always some shade to be found. Here’s to good weather to finish off the season.


— Submitted by Norma O’Connell



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