LIz VanBoeschoten scores ace at Glacier Greens Ladies Golf

LIz  VanBoeschoten was smiling as she aced #12  on June 25 at Glacier Greens Ladies Golf. It was her day as she also won KP for #12 as well as KP on #4.

We have to mention Marie Israel who placed her second shot in the cup on #4—too bad the first shot was in the water, but she got a three on her scorecard for par.

Low gross went to Gene Renaud with 85 followed by Janet Edwards 90. Gillian Iddiols shot a 64 low and close behind was Ellie Nicholas with 66 net.

Rikki Farrell had least putts of the day and Rose Jacobson sank the longest putt on #9 (we could all take a few putting lessons from this 95-year-old lady).

 

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