Golf News: Mountainside and Windermere Ladies Club

A double-dose of Golf News for the week of July 6.

MOUNTAINSIDE LADIES CLUB:

On June 21, the Dorothy Franklin Competition was won by Wendy Cunnigham. The game of the day was Low Net. In the first flight, Fran Lapinskie and Wendy Cunnigham tied for first and Lil MacPherson was third.

Mary Bussard won the second flight with Doreen Stewart in second and Marlene Wasylyk in third.

Our Monthly Cup was held on June 28. Once again, Barb MacDonald was the Monthly Cup winner. Congratulations, Barb.  First flight winners were Sharron Tailieu, Michael Ann Boyer, Nelda Harker, Fran Lapinskie and Connie Johnson.

In the second flight, Barb MacDonald, Wendy Cunningham, and Marlyn DesBrisay were the winners. The third flight winners were Nancy Clarke, Sharon Nichol, and Shirley Trigg.

The Deuce Pot has not been won for two weeks so there will be a large carry-over next Ladies Day.

Submitted by Marlyn DesBrisay

WINDERMERE LADIES GOLF CLUB:

On yet another wet and windy day 16 ladies ventured forth to play “Thee Blind Mice.” Of the 16, only three were brave enough to complete 18 holes!

The prizes were,therefore, based on the first nine holes. The winner of the first flight was Mary Jean Anakin and second was Raylene Oram. The second flight winner was Helga Boker with Nora Efford in second place.

The Deuce Pot was won by Mary Jean Anakin, the Putting Pot was shared by Pat Andruschuk and Mary Jean Anakin. What a day Mary Jean had! Remember that in July and August play starts at 9 a.m. Please register at the desk to ensure a time to play. Let’s hope that the rain has gone away.

Submitted by Ann Way

 

 

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