Tobi Norris wins low gross with 78 at Glacier Greens

Glacier Greens Tuesday Ladies played regular golf with the regular crowd and Tobi Norris carded an excellent 78 to win low gross. Low net winner was Sylvia Nekolaichuk with 71.

Second low gross Gene Renaud captured a respectable 88; second low net on a countback was Lori Cameron with 73, steadily juggling interesting numbers with Rikki Farrell for the tie. Third low gross Marg Rushton with 91.

A tie with low putts of 28 was shared by Rikki Farrell and Tobi Norris. KPs: #4 Sylvia Nekolaichuk, #15 Bernice Henderson. Longest putt #18 Lori Cameron.

A qualifying round for the 4-ball to be held Aug. 10 at Morningstar had Glenda Kinney and Rikki Farrell being the top winners to represent Glacier Greens.

– Glacier Greens Ladies Golf

 

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