Grand County golf league updates
On Tuesday, July 5, the Nifty Niners played the front nine at Grand Lake Golf Course and had a fun-filled morning. We played a game called “Minus 5” and the winners for the week were: Teresa Harder, who took first place; Gladys Howard, Jackie Davis, and Lucette Kottcamp tied for second place while Linda Gardner and Stephanie Holt tied for third. Linda Gardner and Teresa Harder both had low putts, while Gladys Howard won the Chip-in Pot on hole #11. Stephanie Holt, Teresa Harder, and Gladys Howard each had Pars while Lucette Kottcamp topped off the day with a Birdie on Hole 16.
Grand Lake Women’s Golf
The game was Wack-n-Hack at the Grand Lake Golf Course Tuesday, July 12. The Lakers played 18 holes in this team game. The winners were the team of Connie Graham, Mary Ann Montgomery, Kathee Johnson and Jill Taylor with a team score of 150. Two chip-ins were recorded, Ann Volz, hole #7 and Kathee Johnson, hole #4. Only one birdie was scored and it belonged to Pat Snyder. Lee Rogers and Laura Summers shared first place for low putts with 30 and second went to Ivy Howard with a 31. Next week’s game is “Secret Hole”.
Pole Creek Ladies
On Thursday July 14 the Pole Creek Ladies golf league enjoyed a blissful, summer day playing a “Friendly Fours” tournament. At the end of their round they recorded their gross and net scores for the “Par Fours“ only. The Low Gross winners were: 1st place Pat Riddell 48, 2nd place Susie Noel 49, 3rd place Cindy Moynahan 50. The Low Net winners were: 1st place Mary Regehr 33, 2nd place tie} Darlene Klancke 34, Stacy Hoffer 34, 3rd place Sue Seemann 36. Julie Sawyer had the lowest putts with 32. Julie Sawyer and Pam Brown shared the chip in pot.
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