Grand Lake Ladies League results
The following are the results of this week’s Grand Lake Ladies League Play:
In recognition and celebration of our country’s Independence Day, the Ladies at the Grand Lake Golf Course were dressed in patriotic red, white and blue. In keeping with the celebration, the Tee Bags played Flag Tournament. Using par plus handicaps, the ladies had to “plant” their flag when they reached their individual total on the course. The ladies coming into the clubhouse with their flags played an excellent round keeping their total score below average. First place went to Tina Hull with a score of 96, leaving her seven strokes under her handicap. Second place went to Phyllis Loftsgard with a score of 84, four strokes under her handicap. Third was a tie with three strokes under their handicaps, Linda Appelhans finished with a 117 and Kathee Johnson came in with a 114. Phyllis Stephens won low putts with a 27, followed by Tina Hull, 30 and Phyllis Loftsgard, 31. It was a stellar day for Phyllis Loftsgard who not only placed second in the tournament and third in putts, but also had the only chip-in of the day on hole no. 6 and birdied holes no. 6 and no. 16.
The Nifty Niners’ game gave each player a par score on holes no. 1 and no. 8.
Using that score plus net on the other seven holes of the front nine, Lucette Kottcamp finished with a score of 29 taking first place. Second went to Connie Graham with a 30, followed by ties for third and fourth. Tied for third place was Sharon Peterson and Jan Jackson, 32; tied for fourth was Maureen Delsing and Nancy Smith with a 33. Sharon Peterson took first in putts with 14 and Lucette Kottcamp and Jan Jackson each parred hole no. 7.
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