Fran Hutchison and daughter Tobi Norris won first low gross in the Shoot-Out.

Glacier Greens ladies wrap up golf season

Glacier Greens Ladies Club golfers gathered at the Social Centre for their Christmas in October turkey dinner and official end of the season wind-up meeting and prize giving on Oct. 7.

It was a great turnout with festive fashions, with our guest captain Michelle Elsasser representing the Salvation Army and the anticipation of good food and good company not to mention prizes for the end of the year shoot-out.

While we were there we also managed to fill almost all the volunteer spots on the Ladies Club executive so we are looking forward to the spring and another great golf season.

Award winners:

National Pin (awarded by the RCGA to the player returning the lowest aggregate of four net scores on Pin Days) 1st Marg Rushton game average 70.25, 2nd Rosslyn O’Rourke game average 70.5.

Putting Competition 1st best single score – Janet Edwards 24. Best six-game low putt average – Marg Rushton 28.8.

Most Improved Player 1st Glenda Kinney, handicap improvement 4.8. Runner-up Janine Harder, handicap improvement 4.3.

Birdie Board 1st Tobi Norris eight birdies, 2nd Ann Johnston five birdies.

Ringer Board 1st Ellie Nicholas (-37), 2nd Roberta Cadieu (-30), 3rd Glenda Kinney (-29).

Weekly winners:

Week One Scramble Ellie Nicholas/Lynne Pringle (with the help of Beth Broomfield) 57.5 c/b.

Week Two Best Ball Wendy Dowe/Jean Tonks 61.

Week Three Alternate Shot Gene Renaud/Rosslyn O’Rourke 68.5.

Shoot Out winners:

Low net – 1st Gene Renaud/Rosslyn O’Rourke 191, 2nd Ellie Nicholas/Lynne Pringle (Beth Broomfield) 191.5, 3rd Wendy Dowe/Jean Tonks 195, 4th Janet Edwards/Judy Brown 203, 5th Liz Vanb/Lori Cameron 204, 6th Gillian Idiolls/Gussie Prichard 205, 7th Marg Rushton/Brenda Livingstone 206, 8th Carmel Horochuk/Paula Mowat 208, 9th Marie Israel/Bernice Henderson 211 c/b, 10th Glenda Kinney/Anne Blake 211, 11th Rikki Farrell/Roberta Cadieu 218.

 

Low gross – 1st Fran Hutchison/Tobi Norris 259, 2nd Sylvia Nekolaichuk/Ann Johnston (Leslie Hauser) 263 c/b.

 

 

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