IN THE WINNERS circle with Glacier Greens head pro Bill Kelly are low net champion Lori Cameron (left) ad low gross whcmpion Tob Norris.

Norris, Cameron emerge victorious

Good competition at Glacier Greens Ladies Club Championship

The Glacier Greens Ladies Club Championship was held Aug. 24-25. With some wind and just a touch of rain on day one, but under blue skies on day two, 22 ladies teed off on a course in great condition for some competitive golf.

At the end of day one, Tobi Norris had a three-stroke lead and increased that on day two by four additional strokes, earning her the well-deserved title.

There was a tight race on the net side, with Lori Cameron coming out victorious. Congratulations ladies. We know you will represent us well at the Zone 6 Champion of Champions Tournament in the spring.

The scoring results were as follows :

A Flight: Low gross Gene Renaud 169, Liz Stirret 176, Joanne Braun 186. Low net Rosslyn O’Rourke 143, Janet Edwards 144, Kelly Gibb 153.

B Flight: Low gross Lynn Pringle 192, Beth Broommfield 192, Jean Tonks 196, Rikki Farrell 205. Low net Rose Jacobson 142, Irene Perry 143, Carmel Horochuk 145, Judy Fellbaum 152.

KPs Saturday: #4 Rosslyn O’Rourke, #7 Carmel Horochuk, #12 Rose Jacobson, #15 Jean Tonks, #17 Tobi Norris. KPs Sunday:

#4 Tobi Norris, #7 Kelly Gibbs, #12 Gene Renaud, #15Kelly Gibbs, #17 Roberta Cadieu.

Thank you to our sponsors for their continued support, Bob Scott Bobcat Services (low gross), Chances Casino (low net) and our own Ladies Club.

A special thank you to Marguerite Fournier and Susan Guitard for doing the scoring and boards for the two days. As always, Glacier Greens head pro Bill Kelly goes above and beyond to help us with all of our functions and events.

Thanks to Ben Gill and his staff for a great meal. Also thanks to Steve Bailey and his crew for giving us a course in such great condition to play on.


– Glacier Greens Golf



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