Pitch n' Putt: Stolth steals the show for AGC ladies

(Editor’s note: An unfortunate editing error saw the Alberni Golf Club’s men’s report reprinted under the women’s Pitch n’ Putt column on May 8. We have included last week’s Pitch N’ Putt results at the end of this column to make up for it.)


In the ladies nine-hole Low Handicap division at Alberni Golf Club on May 13, Kath Stolth won Low Gross and Marie Swain took the low net.

The lowest putts were shared by LaDonna Knutson, Marie Swain and Julie Swaney.

For the high handicap division, Low Gross was won by Louise Berlinski and Pat Dahlquist won the low net.

The low putts of the day on May 18were shared by Lee Anne Van Lent and Doreen Grant.

Pars were had by Marie Swain on No. 2 and Louise Berlinski , Kath Stolth, and Julie Swaney on No. 4

For the 18-hole ladies, Janice Cross won low gross and Patsy Gauthier won the low net.

In the KP challenge on No. 15 there was a tie between Cross and Gail Sander. KP on No. 3 was won by Gayle Rhodes.

In the words of Byron Nelson: The only thing you should force in a golf swing is the club back into the bag.

From May 6 play:

Nine-hole division

In the nine-hole ladies Low Handicap group, Claudia Romaniuk won the low gross, LaDonna Knutson won low net and low putts.

In the High Handicap division, Louise Berlinski won the low gross and LeeAnne Van Lent won the low net and had the lowest putts.

Carol Cochran had a par on No. 17.

18-hole ladies

In the 18-hole ladies, we had Monthly Medal with the winner being Janice Cross.

Cross was the low gross winner for the day with an 89.

Kathy White won the low net with 72.  Barb Sheare didn’t play May 6; she was the holder of the Challenge Pin so the Challenge pin goes to White as she had the low net for the day.

The winners of the KPs were Gwyn Bowen on No. 3 and Pat Nicklin on No. 12.  It was the closest shot onto the green.

In the words of Lee Trevino:  There are two things not long for this world—dogs that chase cars and pro golfers who chip for pars.

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