Banner day for Glacier Greens Ladies

Golfers compete for spot at Club Team Competition, June 9 in Powell River

Another banner day for the Glacier Greens Ladies on Tuesday, May 20. Some were qualifying for the Club Team Competition that will be held in Powell River June 9.

The teams that will be taking the cruise to Myrtle Point are: Team 1: Judy Brown, Liz Van Boeschoten, Roberta Cadieu. Team 2: Ann Johnston, Connie Alexa, Ellie Nicholas.

Winners of today’s regular game were: 1st low gross Wendy Dowe 90, 2nd low gross on a countback was Gene Renaud with  92. 1st low net Lynne Pringle 67, 2nd low net Connie Alexa 69.

Low putts was a tie at 30 for Glenda Kinney and Marie Israel.

KPs: #4 Marie Israel, #12 Brenda Livingstone. Marie Israel, Lynne Pringle and Irene Perry had chip-ins.

Marie Israel is winding her way to Port Alberni for the Zone Amateur/Senior May 22-23.

You can still get those entries squeezed in for the early bird deadline of May 24 for the Glacier Greens Ladies Open for which there will be a draw for the winner to get her entry fee back.

 

– Glacier Greens Ladies Golf

 

 

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