Golf Club News (September 19)

Golf news from clubs from around the Columbia Valley.

WINDERMERE LADIES GOLF CLUB: On Saturday, September 15, the ladies played a game of “Hawaiian Ball”, and the  teams were chosen to equalize the handicaps. The winning team was Pat Andruschuk, Joyce Pollock and Sharyn Schmidt; second place went to Susan Nikirk, Doris Allen, Cathy Howard and Ann Way; and in third place was Mary Jean Anakin, Doreen Stewart and Raylene Oram.

The game was followed by an awards presentation and an excellent dinner cooked by Sam and her staff. Many thanks to Sam for all the meals this year. The following awards were presented: Club Champion:  Susan Nikirk; Low Net: Pauline Haltman; Match Play Champion: Sandra Howard, Runner Up:  Coreen Ruault, Consolation: Cathy Howard, Runner Up:  Helga Boker; Most Improved Golfer: Nora Efford, Runner Up: Cathy Howard; Honorable Mentions;  Helga Boker, Gail Cole and Joyce Pollock; Lorna Scott Putting Award: Gail Cole; Beat the Champ: Mary Jean Anakin; D.O.F. Winner: Mary Jean Anakin, Runner Up: Deb Plato; RCGA Pin Round: Coreen Ruault, Runner Up: Mary Jean Anakin; Ringer Board Greatest Reduction in Score, Low Handicap 0-27: Diane Korchorek,  Honorable Mention: Nora Efford, High Handicap 28+: Doreen Stewart, Honorable Mention: Sydney Ann Porter; Most Pars Low Handicap: Gail Cole, High Handicap: Helga Boker; Most Birdies Low Handicap: Coreen Rault, High Handicap: Sydney Ann Porter; Most Chip-Ins High Handicap: Coreen Rault, Low Handicap: Doreen Stewart.

The weeks of September 19 and 26, the games will start at 1:30 p.m.

Submitted by Ann Way

 

 

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