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Women’s golf news

Cadiz Women’s Golf League

On June 15, the Cadiz Women’s Golf League’s Play of the Day was “Odd Ball.” Hostesses were Denise Augustine and Bonnie Beetham.

The A flight winning team consisted of Marilyn Kenny, Kathy Newburn and Judy Crawshaw; the winning B flight team consisted of Bonnie Beetham, Denise Augustine and Donna Griffin; and the winning C flight team were members Glenda Sensel, Sandy Terek and Patty Stewart.

Kathy Newburn and Roberta Cireddu tied for first-place putt winners, while Janis Cook, Bonnie Beetham and Diane Berardinelli tied for second. Marilyn Kenny and Kathy Newburn had birdies, and Janis Cook and Joanne Hardman had chip-ins.

Hostesses for the next play will be Marsha Porter and Linda Tyson, and the Play of the Day will be “Low Net plus Half Total Putts.”

The Cadiz Women’s Golf League’s Play of the Day for June 22 was “Net Score Plus One-Half Putts.”

The hostesses were Marsha Porter and Linda Tyson. The Play of the Day winners were: First place, Carole Patton; second place, Donna Griffin; and third place, Roberta Cireddu.

Carole Patton, Sherry Sapon and Billie Stanwick had chip-ins, while Roberta Cireddu, Sherry Sapon, Carole Patton and Judy Crawshaw had birdies. The putt winners ere Donna Griffin, 29; Billie Stanwick, 32; and Sherry Sapon, 32.

Next week’s hostesses are Glenda Sensel and Jane Galigher. The Play of the Day will be “Blind Partners — Low Net.”

Highland Springs Ladies Golf League

On June 21, the women of the Highland Springs Ladies Golf League played the back nine, and the game was “Low Gross.”

The winners of the play of the day were Yuko Atwell, Denise Augustine and Pat Carey. Dottie Virtue was closest to the pin on the second shot on hole No. 14. The long drive prize on hole No. 18 went to Tammy Cox.

Ruth Lamantia and Tammy Koutsky split the low putts prize, having tied with 17 putts each. Ruth Lamantia birdied the 17th hole.

Next week the women will play the front nine, and the game will be “T’s, F’s and S’s.” Tee-off is at 5 p.m., and interested women golfers should call the club house before 3:30 p.m. the day of play to sign up.

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