Ladies golf championship winners

The Senior Ladies endured the heat last Thursday for their annual Club Championship tournament.

Sharleen Anderson (right) captured the title with a gross score of 87

The Senior Ladies endured the heat last Thursday for their annual Club Championship tournament. Sharleen Anderson captured the title with a gross score of 87, while Judy McElhinney claimed the Overall Low Net title with a score of 72. First flight winners were Elaine Harwood (gross) and Helen Rogers (net). Second flight winners were Lorraine Kirby (gross) and Betty Evans (right). The second division winners in the first flight were Judy Cross (gross) and Jeannette Gerard (net); second flight winners were Betty Jarvis (gross) and Marg Masson (net).

Many on-course prizes were also given out. Long Drive was won by Jeannette Gerard and Lois Funk. Closest to the Pin was won by Sharleen Anderson. Hitting on #11 were Marg Wilson, Joyce Madigan, and Jeannette Gerard. Betty Jarvis was the sole recipient of the chip-in pot. Fewest putts was won by Judy McElhinney, while Jeannette Gerard and Betty Jarvis tied for second least putts.

Ian Elko and the greens’ crew has the golf course in impeccable shape. Come on out,  book a tee time and enjoy Princeton’s best kept secret.

 

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