Vaccarezza Wins Golf Tournament on the Clark

 

Angie Vaccarezza won the Alameda Women’s Golf Club net tournament event with a net 87. This is one of the few tournaments that have been played on the Jack Clark South Course since it reopened.

Vaccarezza competed in the fifth flight among golfers with a handicap of 39 to 40. Bobbie Hoepner shot a net 72 for second place in the flight. Lynette Mladinich posted a net 77, while Vivian Kang shot a net 78 for fourth place.

Jeanne Yip shot a net 72 to win the first flight — handicap of 12 to 21. Kathy Nagakura shot a net 74 for second place. Elizabeth Fredricsson shot a net 75, while Maggie Lindquist posted a net 76 for fourth place in the flight. 

Dot Moody was victorious in the second flight — handicap of 22 to 29 — after shooting a net 68. Yvette Whiteside shot a net 70 for second place. Sonia Kwak finished third in the flight with a net 72. Alice Wong shot a net 74 for fourth place, meanwhile Bonnie Kim posted a net 76 to round up the top five in the flight.

Juanita Solano was atop the leaderboard in the third flight — handicap of 30 to 35 — at the conclusion of the tournament with a net 68. Linda Ferrill shot a net 71 for second place. Flor Ventanilla shot a net 74 for third place. Kim Sung posted a net 76 for fourth place. Diane Hughes and Louise Eilhardt tied for fifth place with net 77s.

Shirley Lee won the fourth flight — handicap of 36 to 38 — with a net 70. Ruby Soo and Janet Kirk shot net 71s to tie for second place. Kay Park posted a net 74 for fourth place, while LeAnn Curran shot a net 75 to round out the top five in the flight.

Forty-one people participated in the event. Tai Chewpanich shot the best gross score of the day with an overall 89.

Kirk won the closest-to-the-hole challenge on the seventh hole with her ball landing 19’ 9” from the pin. Val Buscher won the competition on the 16th hole with her ball landing 13’ 5” from the hole.