Claudia Leed won the Alameda Women’s Golf Club net tournament event last Thursday, Feb. 28, on the Jack Clark Course.

Leed won the event by posting a net 71. She competed in the third flight among golfers with a handicap of 29 to 34. Sandi Kaney shot a 76 for second place in the flight, while Jane Sullwold came in third place with a net 78. Louis Eilhardt shot a net 79 for fourth place, while Denise Gasti finished fifth with a net 80.

The Alameda Women’s Golf Club held the final round of the 88th Annual Fry Brothers Memorial Match Play Tournament last Thursday, May 17, on the Earl Fry Course.

In match play golf rules, two golfers compete head-to-head. Each hole is scored. The golfers who completes the hole in the fewest amount of strokes wins the hole. The golfer with the most hole victories wins the match. Each flight had eight participants.


Members of the Alameda Women’s Golf Club took part in the first round of the 65th annual President’s Cup last Thursday, June 8, on the Earl Fry Course. The President’s Cup is played under net tournament rules where the golfer with the lowest net wins regardless of flight division. Scores from all three rounds are accumulated to declare the tournament winner.


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.


Tai Chewpanich held onto her lead to win Alameda Women’s Golf Club (AWGC) 2016 Club Championship last Thursday, Sept. 29. Chewpanich never relinquished the lead she obtained after round one of the three-round tournament. Chewpanich finished the tournament off strong shooting the best score of the third and final round with an overall 86. She also had the best score of round 1 (80) and was tied for second best score of round two (87). 


Members and guests of the Alameda Women’s Golf Club took part in a massive invitational tournament last Thursday, July 26.

The invitational tournament consisted of 140 participants, 81 of those were guests. Participants were divided into teams of four. The 35 total teams were separated by five flight groups depending on their handicap scores. The tournament was played in a “Best Net 2 Ball” tournament in which each team’s two best balls on each hole counted toward the score. 


The first round of the three-round 53rd Annual Alameda Women’s Golf Club (AWGC) President’s Cup Tournament took place last Thursday, June 9, at the Earl Fry Course.  

This is one of AWGC’s most unique tournaments. Unlike most tournaments participants are not broken into flight groups depending on their handicap scores. Instead, the golfers all play in one group and the handicap is subtracted from each participants’ gross score, giving them a net score.  


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.


Tradition continues for Alameda Women’s Golf Club

The Alameda Women’s Golf Club’s 86th Annual Fry Brothers Memorial got underway Thursday, March 12, on the Fry Course.

Ruby Soo and Susan Yoon won the Alameda Women’s Golf Club’s net tournament event last Thursday on the last day of March on the Earl Fry Course.

Yoon played in the third flight — handicap of 29 to 30. She shot just one stroke better than Denise Gasti who came in second place with a net 64. Jane Sullwold came in third place with a net 73, while Bonnie Kim shot a net 74 for fourth place. Diane Hughes rounded out the top five in the flight with a net 75.