Westbrook eagles #5 – twice – at Sunnydale Ladies golf

The big story at Sunnydale Ladies Club on Tuesday, Aug. 25 was Lois Westbrook’s eagle on #5. She also had an eagle the day before on the same hole.

The low gross winner was Lys McCrone who scored her personal best for the year with a round of 85 and the lowest number of putts with 25. Her good friend Pat Peden followed right behind with a low gross score of  86. Other low gross winners were Vicki Bombini 93, Joan Brown 95, Laurie Appleyard 97 and Teri Sleigh 99.

The low net winner was Lorna Fowler who shot four below her handicap with net 69.  Other low net scores were Darlene Clark 74, Magge Miller 73 and Pat Rudolph and Barb Dixson with 75.

Barb Dixson had a great day as she had the longest putt on #9 and the KP 2nd Shot #5 25+ Hcp. Magge Miller was the KP winner on #15 and Sally Sloat was the KP winner on #10.

– Sunnydale Ladies Golf

 

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