Renaud, Kinney win Glacier Greens titles

Ladies enjoy great weather for Aug. 18-19 Club Champions tourney

THE WINNERS WERE Gene Renaud (left) for low gross and Glenda Kinney for low net.

 

 

 

Glacier Greens Ladies Club held their Club Champions tournament on Aug. 18-19. It was wonderful weather and a good turnout.

The new low gross champion is Gene Renaud with an impressive total of 167. The new low net champion is Glenda Kinney with an impressive total of 127.

Gene and Glenda will represent Glacier Greens at the 2013 Zone 6 Champion of Champions tournament, to be held at Glacier Greens GC.

A Flight: Low gross Michele McCann 166 c/b, Angie Krahn 166, Liz Stirritt 172. Low net Ellie Nicholas 136, Bernice Henderson 138, Marlene Hall 146.

B Flight: Low gross Muriel Krier 191, Rikki Farrell 200, Jean Tonks 208 c/b. Low net Lynne Pringle 140, Judy Fellbaum 143, Marguerite Fournier 148.

 

Congratulations to all the winners and a reminder to sign up for the Shoot-Out.

 

 

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