Our 2014 Womens Invitational
Our Ladies 18 Hole League News .
On Wednesday, June 26th Jan Laube led the group with a low net score of 66. Jan also had the low gross score for Flight C (100 strokes). Karen Geise had low score for Flight A (81) and made one chip-in. Marilyn Ekstrand had low score for Flight B (100). It was a hot day, but all the ladies did a great job on the third outing of the season.
The Women’s 18 Hole League at Hayward National Golf Club completed it’s second round of the season on Wednesday June 2013. Low Gross winners for each of the flights were as follows:
Flight A: Karen Geise (88)
Flight B: Nancy Rubenstein (93)
Flight C: Sharon Boyden and Cathy Hauschildt (106)
Linda Ellwein posted a low net score for the day with a 67
There have been 3 chip-ins in the first two rounds of play: Cathy Hauschildt, Lynn Ruesch and Cheryl Treland.
The 18 Hole Women’s League at Hayward National Golf Club completed its first round of the season on Wednesday, June 12th. Fifteen players completed the round. Posting low gross scores for each flight were:
Our Ladies 9 Hole League News.
JUNE 26TH: 17 Hayward National Women’s 9 Hole league players posted scores for June 26. Again at Low Gross was Pat Leitz at 48. Karen Jacobsen took Low Putts with 14. Most fairway drives from the tee at 7 went to Vickie Schlipper and Karen Jacobsen. Barb Salomon had longest drive, and Patty Swaffield had closest to the pin.
JUNE 19TH: 17 women completed league play on Wednesday morning June 19 in perfect conditions. Pat Leitz had low gross of 49 and least putts at 14. Nancy Melton had most fairway drives (dots) at 7. Pat Leitz took longest drive, Nancy Melton had closest to the pin, and Gayle Anderson took longest putt.
JUNE 12TH: The women’s 9 Holers at Hayward National Golf Club played their first league outing June 12 with 18 golfers. Low gross of 52 was posted by new league member Pat Leitz who also had low putts at 16. New league member Nancy Melton had high dots at 8 for the 9 holes.
Vocabulary- “Dots” in the 9 Holers doesn’t literally mean placing dots on the golf course. The real definition of dots is placing a dot on the scorecard if the player drives the ball on the fairway. Even if the ball goes 20 yards, but is on the fairway the player gets a “dot” for that hole. On the other hand, if a player manages to drive the ball 300 yards but it went slightly in the rough, no dot is awarded.
TUESDAY NITE MENS LEAGUE: Begins the first Tuesday in June (June 5th):
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