Mickle Now Leads in Golf Club’s President’s Cup
Barbara Mickle snatched the lead in the Alameda Women’s Golf Club’s 66th President’s Cup after the second round Thursday, June 14, on the Earl Fry Course.
Mickle shot a net 67 in round two. Mickle entered the second round tied for third place after shooting a net 70 in round one. Her total net 137 gives her a one stroke lead over Angie Vaccarezza.
Vaccarezza posted a net 70 in round two after shooting a net 68 in round one. She entered round two in second place in the overall tournament and remains in second place with a net 138. Sarah Valentine led the field after round one with a stellar net 62. However, she came back to reality with a net 77 in round two. Valentine is still very much in the mix with a net 139 after the two rounds. She is in third place just two shots off the lead entering the final round.
Kay Park also made a big jump up the leaderboard in round two. She entered the second round in 11th place after a net 74 in round one. She moved all the way up to fourth place by the end of the day with a net 66, tied for the best net score of round two. She has shot a net 140 after two rounds. Alice Wong shot a net 72 in the second round. Wong shot a net 70 in the first round. She has a net 142 entering the final round. Wong is now in fifth place overall after entering the second round tied for fifth place.
Valentine maintains a lead in the first-flight competition — handicap of 11 to 23. Madeline Sally (71-72) is in second place. Jenny Bae (73-72) and Tai Chewpanich (72-73) are tied for third place with net 145s.
Mickle and Wong lead the second flight — handicap of 25 to 29. Sonia Kwak (82-66) is third in the flight with a net 148. Yvette Whiteside is in fourth place with a net 148.
Janet Rhee (72-75) leads the third flight — handicap of 30 to 35 — with a net 147. Louise Eilhardt (82-74) and Linda Ferrill (82-74) are tied for second place with net 156s.
Vaccarezza and Park are first and second in the fourth flight — handicap of 36 to 40. Bobbie Hoepner (86-77) is in third place with a net 163, while Connie Wendling (84-82) is in fourth place with a net 166.