Tobi Norris retains Glacier Greens Ladies Club championship

Toni Norris successfully defended her Glacier Greens Ladies club championship.

Congratulations to the team of Janet Edwards and Ellie Nicholas and the team of Glenda Kinney and Liz VanBoeschoten who qualifyed for the Zone 6 4-ball competition to be held at Glacier Greens on Aug. 10.

Other winners on a beautiful summer day of July 26 were Bernice Henderson with a low gross of 90, Janet Edwards gross 92. Net winners were Ellie Nicholas 69 and Lynne Pringle 72.

Bernice Henderson won both KPs on #4 and #15. Lorraine Courtemanche had the longest putt on #9 and Glenda Kinney was the best putter with 29.

On July 16-17, Tobi Norris retained her title as Glacier Greens Ladies Club champion, shooting an overall low gross score of 166 which was sponsored by Chances.

Donna Scott, representing Bob Scott Bobcat Service, presented Bernice Henderson with the overall low net trophy for her score of 135.

Other gross winners for the weekend were: 1st Gene Renaud 170, 2nd Joanne Braun 172, 3rd  Liz Stirrett 176, 4th Jan Edwards 191.

Other net winners were: 1st Janine Harder 136, 2nd Ann Johnston 139, 3rd Michelle Bertrand 141, 4th Glenda Kinney 142.

Saturday’s KP winners:  #4 Joanne Braun, #7 Liz Stirrett, #12 and #15 Janine Harder, #17 Gene Renaud.

Sunday’s KP winners: #4 and #15 Tobi Norris, #12  Gene Renaud, #17 Janine Harder.

On July 19 everyone used all their good shots on the weekend for the club championship, except Roberta Cadieux who had a low net of 70 to win the coveted special pin.

First low gross Gene Renaud and second low net Lynne Pringle. osslyn O’Rourke had the hot putter with only 32 putts.

 

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