Alameda Women’s Golf Club (AWGC) bestowed an honorary life membership to Bobbie Hoepner in recognition of her many years of untiring service to the Club. AWGC is the oldest Women’s club west of the Mississippi. The club celebrated its 90th anniversary in October 2019.
The Alameda Women’s Golf Club (AWGC) played a Turkey Shoot event a week before Thanksgiving on Thursday, Nov. 21, on the Jack Clark Course.
In the tournament players were divided into teams of four. Each team was composed of two ladies with “low” handicaps and two ladies with “high” handicaps. Each team’s scorecard indicated one lady to be the designated golfer for that hole. Her net score was combined with the best net score of the other three golfers to determine the team score for the hole.
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 Women’s Golf Club and the Alameda Senior Men’s Golf Club held a joint tournament last Thursday, Aug. 30, on the Jack Clark Course.
The players competed in teams of four: each team composed of two members from the men’s club and two members from the women’s club.
In this tournament the lower two net scores of each team on each hole counted in the scoring, and the two higher net scores were discarded.
Tai Chewpanich won the Alameda Women’s Golf Club April charm tournament event last Thursday, April 6, by shooting a net 69 from the first flight.
Chewpanich, the current club champion, finished ahead of other former club champions in the first flight, which grouped together players with handicaps of 12 to 21. Claire Loud shot a net 71 for second place overall. She was also second place in the first flight. Sherry Westernoff also shot a net 71, but competed in the second flight — handicaps of 22 to 27.
The 86th Annual Fry Brothers Memorial Tournament came to an end Thursday, May 26, after three hard fought rounds on the Earl Fry Course. The four flight champions faced little resistance on their way to their flight victories.
Kay Park posted a net 70 to win the third Alameda Women’s Golf Club event of the month on the Earl Fry Course last Thursday, Feb. 19.
The event was played net-style, meaning the lowest net score wins the event. Park played in the third flight with golfers who have a 29 to 34 handicap. Park shot a net 70 to win the flight and the overall tournament. Denise Grati came in second in the flight and the overall tournament by posting a net 71. Bonnie Kim and Sonia Kwak shot matching net 76s to tie for third place.