67th annual golf tourney ends in first-ever three-way tie
Tai Chewpanich won the Alameda Women’s Golf Club’s 67th annual President’s Cup in a thriller that had to be decided with a playoff Thursday, June 20, on the Jack Clark Course.
Chewpanich entered the final round six strokes behind leader Jeanne Yip at net 141. Chewpanich shot a net 69 in the third and final round, while Yip posted a net 75. They both shot a net 210 after three rounds.
The Alameda Police Department (APD) was given the honor of carrying the Flame of Hope torch to mark the upcoming Special Olympics Northern California (SONC) Summer Games. The 50th anniversary of the games will take place June 21 to 23 in Davis, Calif.
Jeanne Yip has the outright lead after round two of the Alameda Women’s Golf Club’s 67th President’s Cup June 6 on the Jack Clark Course.
Yip was tied with Tai Chewpanich for the lead after round one with matching net 68s. Yip posted a net 67 in the second round, while Chewpanich shot a net 73. Chewpanich dropped from tied for first to fourth place in the overall net tournament. Yip holds a three-shot lead over Chewpanich after two rounds of the three-round tournament.
Alameda High School (AHS) graduate Michael Woodworth will play professionally for the hometown Oakland Athletics after being selected with the 884th pick in the 2019 Major League Baseball draft on June 5.
Woodworth graduated from AHS in 2015. As a senior he helped his Hornet team win the West Alameda County Conference tournament with a 5-4 win over Bishop O’Dowd of Oakland. The team advanced to the North Coast Section Div. II playoffs where they lost in the second round to Marin Catholic of Kentfield.