Golf season winding down for Sunnydale Tuesday Ladies

All of the ladies must have been very aware that the season is just about over because scores were low, birdies were flying and chips were dropping in as 31 Sunnydale Tuesday Ladies Golf members played on  Sept. 20 under “almost” summer conditions.

Pat Peden was the low gross winner with a terrific score of 83. She was closely followed by Carolyn Walker with 85. Joan Rallison scored 88, followed by Trish Heyland 95, Lys McCrone 96, Linda Broadbent 99 and Teri Sleigh 101.

On the net side, Laurie Appleyard was the winner with 71 followed by Vicki Bombini 72, Chora Eilertson and Sharon Littler 73, Darlene Clark 76 and Betty Lund, Ann Marie Wotten and Penny Wagenstein all with 78.

Carolyn Walker not only had the lowest number of putts (24) but also had the longest putt on #9. Vicki Bombini and Teri Sleigh had KPs on #15 and #10, respectively.

Birdies were plentiful – Carolyn Walker had three, Vicki Bombini had two and Laurie Appleyard, Teri Sleigh and Pat Peden each had one.

Seven ladies chipped in: Sharon Littler, Sandra Gallaway, Vicki Bombini, Betty Lund, Linda Broadbent, Marg Cikaluk and Ann Marie Wotten.

Next week (Sept. 27) is the last organized Tuesday Ladies Day where we will be ‘Shooting for Turkeys’ followed by our annual fall wind-up Meeting, 9-hole scramble and election of officers on Sunday, Oct. 2.

It’s hard to believe that fall is upon us and that the golf season is coming to an end.

 

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