Lady Golf Club Meets

Judy Eng and Sarah Valentine both shot a net 67 to earn a share of the Alameda Women’s Golf Club’s net tournament event crown last Thursday, July 10, on the Earl Fry Course.

Eng and Valentine beat out 28 other golfers to earn a share of the top spot. The ladies competed against each other in the second-flight group amongst golfers with a handicap of 22 to 27. Eng and Valentine distanced themselves from the rest of the flight group with a sizable lead. The next closest competitors in the flight group were Claire Loud and Barbara Mickle who both shot a net 72 in a tie for third place. Pat O’Hara scored a net 76 to finish the flight in fifth place.

Bobbie Hoepner finished in third place overall in the tournament by shooting a net 71. Hoepner was placed in the third flight with golfers that have a handicap of 28 to 33. Hoepner won the flight by three strokes over Key Park who shot a net 74. Jean Cho finished in third place with a net 75.

Holly Cromer’s score of net 74 was just enough to beat out Cheryl Saxton (net 76) in the first flight. The first flight included golfers with a handicap of 10 to 22. Madeline Sally and Stephanie Bellato both shot a net 77 in the flight to tie for third place. Saxton and Bellato shot the lowest gross scores of the Bev Blatt was victorious in the fourth flight with a score of net 73. Blatt held off seven other golfers who have a handicap between 33 and 40. Connie Wendling, Donna Cooper and Siv Richards tied for second place in the flight with each shooting a net 76.