Golf News: June 8

Golf News, from the Mountainside Ladies and Windermere Ladies golf clubs.

Mountainside Ladies

May 31 was our monthly cup.  Nelda Harker was the winner.  In the First Flight, Barb MacDonald was second, and Ann Skibo and Sharron Taillieu tied for third.

The Second Flight was won by Bev Maye, second was Sharon Nichol.  Shirley Trigg and Pat Slack tied for third.  The Back Door Wine Cellar K.P. was won by Shirley Elder.  Congratulations to all the winners.

Marlene Wasylyk celebrated her birthday on this day.

Happy Birthday, Marlene!

The Interclub will be held at Mountainside June 14.  Remember that July 11 and 12 is the Fairmont Ladies Amateur Open.  Hope to see you all there.

Marlyn DesBrisay

 

Windermere Ladies

June 1 started off as a warm and sunny day, and 24 ladies played “Hidden Holes/Hidden Partners”.

Scoring holes one, two, six, eight and nine, the weather quickly regressed to a cold, wet, thunder and lightning afternoon and most of the ladies did manage to complete the nine holes.

The winners were Deb Plato and Diane Kochorek, second place went to Coreen Ruault and Sherry Larratt, third place to Ev Wolff and Carol Stanford. The Putting Pot was shared between Coren Ruault and Raylene Oram. The Deuce Pot was carried over for a second week, no surprise, as everyone’s hands were so cold and wet! The clinics continue to be well attended, next week is ‘sand’.

Ann Way

 

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