Ladies championships

The Arrowsmith Ladies Golf Club Championship was held Aug. 25, 26 and 28th, our turnout was great again this year, as was the weather.

Captain Judy DeDain

The Arrowsmith Ladies Golf Club Championship was held Aug. 25, 26 and 28th, our turnout was great again this year, as was the weather.

The overall low gross champion was Medissa Morrow; low net overall was Linda Woolman. They were ach presented with trophy by Captain Judy DeSain.

Other winners were low gross, flight ‘A’ Judy DeSain; low net, Carol Bird; low gross flight ‘B’ was Pat Meadus; low net, Enid Lemanski and low gross flight ‘C’ Marlene Burt; low net Verna Jenkins.

— Submitted by Marilee Doucet, match chair



Ladies champion: Medissa Morrow

Ladies low net: Linda Woolman

Ladies winners: Medissa Morrow

Overall low net: Linda Woolman

Winners: Judy DeSain, Verna Marlene, Pat Meadus, Carol Bird, Medissa Morrow and Linda Woolman

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