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Jane Sullwold holds a one-stroke lead after one round of play at the Alameda Women Golf Club’s three-round President’s Cup tournament on the Earl Fry Course last Thursday, June 12.

Sullwold shot a net 67 from the third flight — handicap of 31 to 40. She holds a one-shot lead over her third-flight adversary Kay Park who shot a net 68. Pam Curtis shot a net 71 in the same flight, while Ethel Lerche shot a net 75. Nine players total competed in the third flight. 

Bernice Herzberg played in the first flight — handicap of seven to 21. She shot a net 71 for the day-one lead. Dot Moody and Tai Chewpanich both shot a net 74 for second place in the flight.Madeline Sally shot a net 75 for fourth place. 

There is a logjam in the second flight — handicap of 22 to 29. Seven golfers are separated by just four shots after the first round. Marty Stitzle earned the lead after one round by shooting a net 72. Barbara Mickle shot a net 73 for second place and Wilda Moore shot a net 74 for third place. Four golfers (Bobbie Hoepner, Carole Evans, Debbie Adams and Jean Cho) all tied for fourth place in the flight with matching net 76s.

Cheryl Saxton won the closest-to-the-hole competition on the fourth hole by placing her ball 39’7” from the pin. Ruby Soo won the competition on the 15th hole by landing her ball 8’6” from the hole.
The overall winner of the three-day tournament is the individual that has the lowest net score total for the three days. 

The winner after three rounds of play will have their name etched into the 63-year-old trophy, and will represent the golf club at the East Bay Tournament of Champions held in the spring of 2015.