The American Armed Forces Cup Regatta will be held Saturday, Oct. 1, at Alameda Point. Doors open at noon and the event ends at 5 p.m. with a trophy presentation.
The regatta will consist of five short-course races, all completely inside the lagoon at the Point. The races will be contested by teams of active and reserve service members representing all five branches of the military aboard 26’ one-design racing boats.
Tai Chewpanich took the early lead in the Alameda Women’s Golf Club’s 85th annual Club Championship last Thursday, Sept. 15.
The three-day tournament — one round of golf is played each day — is decided by gross scores instead of net scores. Chewpanich posted an overall 80 gross score to take the lead after round one. Stephanie Bellato shot an overall 85 for second place, while Jenny Bae posted an 86 for third place.
Maggie Lindquist won the September charm at the Alameda Women’s Golf Club’s Charm Event last Thursday, Sept. 8, at the Earl Fry Course.
Lindquist posted a net 73 from the first flight — handicap of 11 to 20. Her net 73 was a stroke ahead of Barbara Mickle who shot a net 74.
Lindquist won her flight by two strokes, just ahead of Tai Chewpanich who posted a net 75. Chewpanich did however, shoot the lowest gross score of the event with an overall 86. Claire Loud shot a net 76 for third place in the flight, while Dot Moody shot a net 77 for fourth place.