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Overall low gross: Georgina Moxam 159; Overall low net: Myrna Meighen 138 C/B

A Flight — 1st low gross: Cindy Iback, 172; 1st low net: Heath Harrington, 138 C/B; 2nd low grossL: Nancy Parkins, 179; 2nd low net: Lee Ann Barsby, 148 B Flight; 1st low gross: Myrbue Bergeson, 186; 1st low net: Deb Buccini, 140; 2nd low gross: Linda Simon, 189; 2nd low net: Karen Dirks, 145

C Flight — 1st low gross: Sonia Welsh, 201; 1st low net: Gayle Harris, 147; 2nd low gross: Jan Lindsay, 203; 2nd low net: Gail Jarrett, 152; Closest to line: Doedy Ryan

Closet to pin (A): Kathie Mintoft; Closet to pin(B): Barbara Hoberg; Closet to pin (C): Sonia Welsh; Longest Put: Karen Dirks; Longest Drive (A): Cindy Ibach; Longest Drive (B): Gerry Reid; Longest Drive  (C): Deb Roulston

—Submitted by Gayle Harris

WINDERMERE LADIES GOLF CLUB: On August 8th, the game of Crisscross was played and Coreen Ruault won the first flight, Nora Efford the second flight and Doreen Stewart the third flight. The Putting Pot was shared by Mary Jean Anakin, Coreen Ruault and Gail Cole. There was no winner for the Deuce Pot.

On August 15th, the game was Long Drive and KP.The Long Drive low handicap winner was Gail Cole and the high handicap was Pauline Haltman. For KP, the low handicap winner was Sandra Howard and the high handicap winner was Joyce Robinson The Putting Pot was split 3 ways between Mary Jean Anakin, Coreen Ruault and Gail Cole. Yet again, the Deuce Pot was not claimed. Match play has been completed with the winner being Sandra Howard, congratulations Sandra! The runner up was Coreen Ruault. The consolation round was won by Cathy Howard.

—Submitted by Ann Way

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