Lady Golfers Host Weekly Tournament
Jenny Bae dominated the Alameda Women’s Golf Club (AWGC) net tournament event last Thursday, Feb. 12
Bae won the tournament by posting a net 64 in the first flight — handicap of nine to 23. Bae also shot the lowest gross of the event with an overall 77.
The closest competitor in the overall tournament was Peggy Miller who finished a staggering seven strokes behind Bae with a net 71. Miller also competed in the first flight. Frances Mori and Sherry Westernoff both shot a net 73 to tie for third place in the first flight, while Holly Cromer finished fifth with a net 74. Eleven golfers competed in the first flight.
Jane Sullwold and Wilda Moore tied for first place in the second flight — handicap of 24 to 32 — with matching net 72s. Susan Yoon scored a net 73 for third place, Sonia Kwak shot a net 76 and Bonnie Kim posted a net 77 to round out the top five in the second flight. Eleven golfers participated in the second flight.
Siv Richards won the third flight — handicap of 34 to 40 — by posting a net 73. She earned the win with a bit more of a distance than Sullwold and Moore. Kay Park came in at second place with a net 76. Connie Wendling scored a net 80, while Bev Blatt shot a net 81. Ten players competed in the third flight. In all, 32 golfers participated in the event.
Bae also won the closest-to-the-hole competition on the seventh hole by shooting her ball 9’ 2” from the pin. Chewpanich won the competition on the 15th hole. Her ball landed 4’ 3” from the pin. The tournament was played on the Earl Fry Course.