Pole Creek Ladies
On Thursday, June 4, the Pole Creek ladies golf league enjoyed a spectacular day of sunshine and warm breezes playing a “Hate Em” tournament. Before they started playing they selected the 3 holes they hated the most and recorded par on their score card for those holes. After they completed their round, they subtracted their full handicap and turned in their net scores. The Low Net winners were: 1st Place (tie) Andrea Singleton and Gloria Pielke, 61; 2nd Place Darlene Klancke ,63; 3rd Place Betty Williams, 64. Mary Brooks had the fewest putts with 29 and won the generous chip in pot.
Grand Lake Men
The Grand Lake Mens Golf league held its season opening “Cabin Fever” tournament and dinner meeting on Wednesday, June 3, at the Grand Lake Golf course. The Low Gross winners were Skip Peck (75) and Larry Burk (76). The Low Net was a tie between Jim Negri and Tom Jenkins (68). The golf course is in wonderful condition and the new food and beverage service was a big hit with the mens club membership. Looking forward to a GREAT season.
Grand Lake Women
Green grass and sunshine brought out the ladies of the Grand Lake Women’s Golf Assoc., aka The Lakers, on Tuesday, June 9, for an 18 hole round of Criss-Cross. Using the nine best of 18 holes, ladies had the choice of #1 or #10, #2 or #11, etc. then deducting 1/2 Handicap for a total net game score. Connie Graham took first place with a net 26.5 followed by a 2nd place tie between Jean Klanica and Kathy Chandler, net scores of 27. Pat Snyder hit a 135 yard shot to the green on hole #5 for an Eagle, which also qualified her for a chip in along with Lee Rogers, who also chipped in on hole #13. Pat Snyder and Ann Volz tied for low putts with a total 31 each followed by Beth Teal with a 34.
If you are a woman who loves to play golf, please call the Grand Lake Golf Course at 970-627-8008 for more information about joining The Lakers for 18 holes each Tuesday morning throughout the summer.
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