Partly cloudy skies. Low 51F. Winds N at 5 to 10 mph..
Partly cloudy skies. Low 51F. Winds N at 5 to 10 mph.
Updated: October 1, 2022 @ 8:13 pm
Editor's Note: This story was updated at 11:15 a.m. Sept. 23 with the results from the Late Swingers Golf League.
Here are the results from two Juniper Hill golf leagues.
Wednesday Ladies League
The Juniper Hill Wednesday Ladies Golf League played this week with 37 golfers participating.
First Flight: Connie Goins, first low gross; Aggie Hampton, second low gross; Brenda Shipp, first low net (scorecard playoff); Charlotte Pyles, second low net.
Second Flight: Charlotte Nelson, first low gross; Diane Nelson, second low gross; Debbie Wash, first low net; Sherry Ison, second low net.
Third Flight: Helen Hawkins, first low gross; Stacey McClellan, second low gross; Dawn Redmon, first low net (SCP); Elizabeth Coleman, second low net.
Fourth Flight: Shirley Wilhoite, first low gross; Cathy Kays, second low gross; Jill Lancaster, first low net; Dusty Nelson, second low net.
Low putts: Connie Goins, 27
Eagle: Connie Goins (No. 1)
Chip-ins: Rose Caudle (No. 1), Margaret Whittet (No. 2), Shirley Dukes (No. 3), Billie Robinson (No. 3), Aggie Hampton (No. 5), Connie Goins (No. 6), Glenda Abrams (No. 7), Cheryl Copley (No. 11)
Next week’s format is make your own foursome with a shotgun start at 9 a.m.
Oct. 5 will be the last day of league play. There will be a scramble, luncheon and end-of-year meeting.
Late Swingers League
The Late Swingers Ladies Golf League played Thursday with 30 golfers participating.
First Flight: Donna McNeil, first low gross; Natalie Britton, second low gross; Teresa Prather, first low net, scorecard playoff; Terry Tracey, second low net.
Second Flight: Charlotte Nelson, first low gross (SCP); Carol Ferguson, second low gross; Jenny Bannister, first low net; Ruth Hinkle, second low net.
Third Flight: Kathy Oak, first low gross; Jill Lancaster, second low gross; Shelley Wood, first low net; Karen Thompson, second low net.
Golf 101: Lea Mott, first low gross.
Low putts: Tara Clark, 14
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