Close finishes at Glacier Greens Ladies club championship

Gene Renaud wins low gross in playoff; Rosslyn O'Rourke takes low net on count back

GLACIER GREENS LADIES low gross club champion Gene Renaud (left) with head pro Bill Kelly and Ladies Club captain Janet Edwards.

GLACIER GREENS LADIES low gross club champion Gene Renaud (left) with head pro Bill Kelly and Ladies Club captain Janet Edwards.

Suspenseful finishes in both the low gross and low net divisions highlighted play at the 2014 Glacier Greens Ladies Club Championship was held July 19-20.

The overall low gross score was a tie at 166 between defending champion Tobi Norris and Gene Renaud. After a playoff hole, Renaud emerging as the winner and her mile-wide smile could not be missed as she strode off to collect her beautiful vase and pro shop prize.

The overall low net score was also a tie at 134 between Bernice Henderson and Rosslyn O`Rourke. A countback in this case took much more figuring and O’Rourke was declared the winner and she happily accepted her beautiful vase and pro shop prize.

Following are the rest of the results:

A Flight

Low gross: Tobi Norris 166, Angie Krahn 176, Ellie Nicholas 183.

Low net: Liz  Van Boeschoten 140, Judy Brown 144 on a countback, Marie Israel 144 on a countback.

B Flight

Low gross: Bernice Henderson 182,  Janet Edwards 188, Lynn Pringle 197.

Low net: Rikki Farrell 136, Carmel Horochuk 142, Irene Perry 144.

Saturday KPs: #4 Liz Stirrett, #7 Marie Israel, #12 Judy Brown, #15 Jean Tonks, #17 Tobi Norris.

Sunday KPs: #4 Joanne Braun, #7 Angie Krahn, #12 Janet Edwards, #15 Bernice Henderson, #17 Gene Renaud.

Many thanks starting from the groundskeepers all the way up to Bill Kelly and his team at the pro shop for making the tournament a great success. Mother Nature gets a nod as well.

Janet Edwards, Ellie Nicholas, Glenda Kinney and Sue Guitard also worked tirelessly. A great thanks to club captain Kevin Hunt and men’s tournament director Richard Martin for their help and support.

Thank you for donations from Chances Casino & Bingo, and Bob Scott Bob Cat Services for their continued support and to our Ben Gill for providing barbecue chicken breasts, salads and the like at  the completion of the tournament. Much appreciated was the ice cold bottled water donated by Canadian Western Bank  and handed out by Rick Verbeek.

Lastly, greatest thanks to all the ladies who entered the tournament.

– Glacier Greens Ladies Golf

 

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