Golf Club Competes in 67th President’s Cup

Tai Chewpanich and Jeanne Yip are atop the leaderboard with matching net 68s after round one of the 67th President’s Cup tournament Thursday, May 30, on the Jack Clark Course. The President’s Cup is a three-round tournament. The golfer with the lowest net score after all three rounds wins the tournament regardless of what flight they play in. 

Chewpanich competed in the first flight among golfers with a handicap of 14 to 22. Three of the top four golfers in the President’s Cup played in the first flight.

Tracey Perkins shot a net 69 and sits in third place in the overall competition. She is in second place in the first flight. Cheryl Saxton posted a net 71 and is in fourth place in the overall competition, while sitting in third place in the first flight. Phoebe Yu posted a net 72 and is tied for fifth place in the overall competition. She is in fourth place in the flight. 

Kathy Nagakura and Kari Vadnais are tied for fifth place in the first flight with net 76s.

Yip competed in the second flight among golfers with a handicap of 25 to 30. Kim Sung finished second in the flight with a net 74. Madeline Sally posted a net 75 for third place in the flight. Barbara Mickle shot a net 76 for fourth place, while Yvette Whiteside shot a net 79 for fifth place.

Jaime Totsubo-Hamono and Angie Vaccarezza tied for the top spot in the third flight — handicap of 23 to 36 — after posting net 72s. They are tied for fifth place in the overall tournament with Yu. Diane Hughes is in third place in the third flight with a net 73. Louise Eilhardt shot a net 74 for fourth place in the flight. Sandi Kaney shot a net 75 for fifth place in the flight.

Lynette Mladinich posted a net 73 to lead the fourth flight — handicap of 37 to 40. Vivian Kang shot a net 74 for second place. Kay Park posted a net 75 for third place in the flight.  

Hughes and Mladinich are tied for eighth place in the overall competition at net 73. Eilhardt, Kang and Sung are tied for 10th place, six shots back of the lead.

Chewpanich posted the lowest gross score of the round with an overall 83. Thirty-one golfers competed in the first round of the tournament.