Marg Rushton wins pin at Glacier Green Tuesday Ladies golf

Glacier Greens Tuesday Ladies played a Pin Day on May 19 on a wonderful weather day for the competition.

Our pin winner was Marg Rushton with a net 66, 2nd Lynne Pringle, 3rd Ellie Nicholas and 4th Gene Renaud. Low putts with only 27 was Connie Alexa who also took the longest putt prize and won the KP on #4. Her game was as hot as the weather! KP on #12 was won by Bernice Henderson.

Tuesday was also a qualifying round for the CTC Tournament at Storey Creek on June 8. Qualifiers for Team 1 were Gene Renaud, Marg Rushton and Ellie Nicholas. Team 2 qualifiers were Connie Alexa, Gillian Iddiols and Wendy Dowe.

This coming Thursday and Friday  Ellie Nicholas, Glenda Kinney, Marie Israel and Jan Edwards are playing in the Zone 6 Amateur/Senior Tournament at Morningstar and Eaglecrest. On June 1 , Gene Renaud and Rosslyn O’Rourke are representing Glacier Greens as the 2014 Low Gross and Low Net Champions, respectively, at Morningstar. Please send positive vibes our way…may we hit it long , keep it on the short stuff and all our putts drop – and of course have fun too!

Our own Glacier Greens Ladies Open is on June 13, less than a month away and the tournament committee will be most appreciative if those who plan to play in it would get your entries in.

Tuesday Ladies Day is open to all the women at Glacier Greens so please join in and join the fun; it’s 9 for 9:30 a.m. for May and 8:30 for 9 a.m. in June. We are always glad to see new faces and even once-in-a-while faces.

– Glacier Greens Tuesday Ladies Golf

 

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