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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.

Alameda native James Hahn won his first Pro Golf Association (PGA) tournament event by taking down some of the biggest names in golf on his way to win the Northern Trust Open last weekend. 

Hahn, 33, needed a three-hole playoff to win the event played at the Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, Calif. Hahn shot a six-under 278 through the four rounds of the tournament along with PGA standouts Dustin Johnson and Paul Casey.

Jenny Bae dominated the Alameda Women’s Golf Club (AWGC) net tournament event last Thursday, Feb. 12
Bae won the tournament by posting a net 64 in the first flight — handicap of nine to 23. Bae also shot the lowest gross of the event with an overall 77. 

The Alameda Women’s Golf Club (AWGC) held a joint tournament event with the Alameda Senior Men’s Club last Thursday, Aug. 28, on the Earl Fry Course.

The women and men were broken into teams of four — two men, two women. The teammates combined their personal net scores to determine which flight group the team would compete in.

Stephanie Bellato swept all winning categories on her way to win the Alameda Women’s Golf Club’s July Charm last Thursday, July 3, on the Earl Fry Course.

Bellato shot the lowest net score with a net 67 — the event standings were based on each golfer’s net score. She also had the lowest gross score with an overall 77 and she shot the lowest number of putts with 29. 

Jane Sullwold held on to her lead to win the Alameda Women’s Golf Club (AWGC) President’s Cup Tournament last Thursday, June 27. Sullwold was in the lead after each round of the tournament. She posted the best net score in the first two rounds of the tournament. 

Jane Sullwold slightly widened her lead after the second round of the President’s Cup last Thursday, June 19. Sullwold shot a net 71 giving her the best net score for the second round in a row. Sullwold competed in the third flight — handicap of 31 to 40 — with Kay Park who finished second overall for the day with a net 72. Park also finished second overall behind Sullwold in the first round with a net 68. Sullwold, with a two-round net 138, now commands a two-stroke lead over Park (net 140) heading into the final round.

Jane Sullwold holds a one-stroke lead after one round of play at the Alameda Women Golf Club’s three-round President’s Cup tournament on the Earl Fry Course last Thursday, June 12.

Sullwold shot a net 67 from the third flight — handicap of 31 to 40. She holds a one-shot lead over her third-flight adversary Kay Park who shot a net 68. Pam Curtis shot a net 71 in the same flight, while Ethel Lerche shot a net 75. Nine players total competed in the third flight. 

Wilda Moore won the charm event for the month of June by posting a score of net 66 last Thursday, June 5. Moore beat out 33 other golfers to receive the charm. The event was played on the Earl Fry Course.

Moore competed in the third flight — with a handicap of 27 to 31. She won the flight with a sizeable lead. After Moore’s net 66, the next closest competitor was Jane Sullwold who shot a net 70. Bobbie Hoepner (net 71), Diane Hughes (net 73) and Shirley Lee (net 75) rounded out the top five in the flight. 

The Alameda Junior Golf Club (AJGC) put on a junior-adult scotch doubles event May 17 at the Chuck Corica Golf Complex.

The team of Carl and David Penny won the bracket with adults and 12 to 17 year olds by shooting a combined net 82. Leonardo and Nuno Viera won the competition with juniors age 11 and under by shooting a net 79.

Moe and Mike Flynn won the blind bogey team competition for juniors age 12 to 17 years old with a net 65. 

Joseph and Katanski and Matt Baiardi won a tiebreaker for second place over Nicholas and Darien Lum with a net 69. 

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