Golfers Post Results
Sarah Valentine won the Alameda Women’s Golf Club’s (AWGC) third event of 2014 by shooting a net 68 at the Jack Clark Course last Thursday, Jan. 16.
Valentine played in the second of four flights — handicap of 22 to 27. She outplayed her competition in the flight by a wide margin. Pat O’ Hara was the closest to Valentine. O’ Hara shot a net 71 for second place. Claire Loud shot a net 74 for third place, while Juanita Solano and Madeline Sally both shot a net 75 to tie for fourth place in the flight.
Stephanie Bellato and Tai Chewpanich tied for first place in the first flight — handicap of nine to 20 — by each shooting a net 72. Chewpanich shot the lowest gross score of the event with an overall 81. Dorothy Moody and Nora Solmoro each shot a net 76 in the flight to tie for third place.
Margot Gibson shot a net 72 to win the third flight — handicap of 28 to 31. Dee Dee Appleton shot a net 73 for second place. Wilda Moore and Bonnie Kim shared third-place honors with matching net 75s. Lastly, the fourth flight — handicap of 32 to 40 — was won by a wide margin by Pam Curtis. Curtis shot a net 69, five strokes better than the closest competitor. Angie Vaccarezza, Irene Park and Susan Logan all tied for second place by shooting net 74s.
Cheryl Saxton won the closest-to-the-hole competition on the seventh hole. She shot her ball 14’3" from the pin. Susan Logan’s attempt came 17’11" from the hole, placing her second. Bobbie Hoepner won the competition on the 11th hole. She shot her ball 16’4" from the hole.
The beautiful January weather continued to shine on the AWGC. The sunshine last Thursday allowed 28 golfers to participate in the event.