Pin play at ladies club

Another pin day was the play for the tuesday ladies golf club. Claire Brown was the pin winner with a 65 net.

Another pin day was the play for the tuesday ladies golf club. Claire Brown was the pin winner with a 65 net. Close at second was Lina Tremblay scoring a 66 net then Carol Strachan carding a 72 net for third.

Strachan also had the closest to the pin on hole number three. Norma Fyles had the only birdie of the day on hole number four.

Last tuesday the play was a team game of ABCD. On the first hole take the best ball after handicap strokes, on the second take the best of the remaining players and continue until each player’s score has been used then repeat.

Winners were Marilyn Leibel, Johnna  Dodd, Janie York and Mavis Cross with 65. Coming in second was the team of Betty Smith, Pat Stasiuk and Arlene Robinson with 66. Dodd had KP on hole number 14. Tremblay birdied number three and Dodd birdied both four and 14. New members welcome each tuesday.

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