Glacier Greens ladies play – and lose – pink balls

It never ceases to amaze me that when you give someone something to hang onto and play with, they lose it  almost right away. Thus you have eight pink balls or more gone, just like that.

In fact several teams of three players each managed to lose the pink ball two and then three times. One team was forced to write the word “pink” on a white ball just to stay in the game. So, teams of three, a pink ball to take turns using, a gross and net score to keep track of and the game was on.

Tuesday at 9 a.m. at Glacier Greens seven teams teed off with the pink ball. One team came home the winner; Tobi Norris, Connie Alexa and Pat Verchere with a low gross of 87.

First low net of 70 was  won by Ellie Nicholas, Janet Edwards and Roberta Cadieu, and second of 72 was the team of Brenda Livingstone, Marie Israel and Wendy Dowe. Not sure if they had their pink balls at the end as only two were turned in.

KP on #4 belonged to Tobi Norris and on #12 to Twylla Graff and the longest putt prize went home with Tobi Norris.

Next Tuesday will be Red and White Day for the Ladies Club and remember to keep your colours visible to win the surprise prize.

– Glacier Greens Ladies Golf

 

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