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The Glen Lakes Ladies Golf Association had its Spring Member/Member Golf Tournament on March 21 and 22. For the two-day event, competitors picked their own partners. Day 1 was a scramble for holes 1 to 9 and a modified alternate shot for holes 10 to 18. Day 2 was best ball of partners.

The overall low-gross winner was the team of Linda Keller and Chotsie Raver with a score of 148. The overall low-net winner was the Carole Groechel and Sandy O'Dell team with a score of 123.

In the first flight, Judy Voiers and Pat Gallagher won low gross; Jane Thomas and Beckie Monroe won low net. In the second flight, Kathy Nani and Becky Whitaker won low gross; Carol White and Pat Purvis won low net. In the third flight, Joyce Thomas and Sharon Jordan won low gross; Luann Cavanagh and Nancy Sendlenski won low net. In the fourth flight, Nancy Gall and Jessie Helton won low gross; Leslie Roberts and Sue Chapin won low net.

Your news: Hometown Hernando for April 28 04/27/13 [Last modified: Friday, April 26, 2013 7:24pm]
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