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Pole Creek Ladies golf league crowns new club champion

Lori Myers, left, became the new club champion after shooting a 167 in the Pole Creek Ladies golf league’s annual Club Championship tournament on Aug. 22 and 23. Jeanne Anne MacDonald, right, was the champion for Flight B.
Courtesy of Pole Creek Ladies

The Pole Creek Ladies golf league played its annual two-day Club Championship on Aug. 22 and 23 with the field of players divided into two flights according to their handicaps.

The gross scores from the two days were added up to determine the winners, and Lori Myers came away as the new club champion after shooting a 167. She was followed by Cindy Moynahan and Pat Riddell, who tied for second in Flight A at 183.

Also, the Flight B Champion was Jeanne Anne MacDonald, who shot a 188, with Beth Daniel (193) in second and Betty Williams (194) in third.

The net scores from the event were also added to determine the winners. The net winners for Flight A were Linda Seale (128), Maggy Helm (139) and Linda Moors (140). In Flight B, the top three finishes came from Madelyne Stevens (127), Andrea Singleton (137) and Julie Richards (138).

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During the competition, there were two holes-in-one, both on Aug. 22. Cindy Moynahan had one of them on Meadow No. 4, and Jeanne Anne MacDonald shot the other on Ranch No. 7.

Cindy Moynahan, left, and Jeanne Anne McDonald both shot a hole-in-one Thursday during the Pole Creek Ladies golf league’s annual Club Championship.
Courtesy of Pole Creek Ladies

Meanwhile, Janet Conneely and Norma Colosimo were the most improved players this season. Marie Johannes was the match play winner in the Flight A, and Jeanne Anne MacDonald was the winner in Flight B.

The Pole Creek Ladies will continue their weekly tournaments through September.


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