Glen Meadows ladies season wraps

Awards handed out to members at windup at golf club

The Glen Meadows Ladies Golf Division has wrapped up its season and the Glen Meadows Business Ladies hosted the yearly inter-club windup Saturday, Sept. 22.

Golf clubs attended Glen Meadows from throughout the city and a great day of golf, dinner and prizes was had by all.

The mixed team of Val Mieras and Yvonne Audette from Cedar Hill golf club, Cathy Savage from the Uplands golf club and Karen Smith from Glen Meadows golf and country club came first in the two best net tournament during the windup event.

The Cedar Hill Ladies Club was also presented with the trophy for the Business Ladies most overall yearly inter-club points.

With the season wrapped up, the final results from the year were tallied. Trophy recipients were as follows:

Spring Trophy – Deb Henzie and Barb Hale

Bernice Wilson Senior Trophy – Anni Jakubowski

Super Senior Trophy – Marg Hurd

Garland Trophy – Rita Seigo

George Paulin Trophy – Rita Seigo

Club Championship – Low Gross – Jo Ann Saville

Club Championship – Low Net – Molly Fediw

Senior Club Championship – Marlene Hamilton

Nash Trophy – Low Gross – Rita Seigo

Nash Trophy – Low Net – Jo Ann Saville

— With files from the Glen Meadows Ladies Golf Division



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