OLNGA names most improved player

 

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Denise Lott, who only took up golf two years ago, was named “Most Improved Player of 2017” by the Oakwood Lady Niners Golf Association. Denise credits her improvement with a lot of hard work. Congratulations, Denise, you more than earned this accolade!

The Palms course was our “opposition” on January 16! It seems as though there were a number of OLNGA players who were more than up for the task. Winners in Flight #1 were Cora Levensky and Bonnie Tasch for first, second was Ila Kraayenbrink and a tie for third with Mary Medved and Joanne Dunn with a 42. Flight #2 was led by Barbara Stewart in first, Georgeann Bell, Julia Collier and Linda Trisch in second and Kathy Chebuhar in third. Dottie Meade landed first in Flight #3, Mary Swanson in second and a three-way tie for third with Karen Kenyon, Karen Gonzales and Maureen Kroll.

“Low Gross” was the game for Tuesday, January 23, when we played the Sonoran. Kathy Chebuhar led in first for Flight #1, followed by Joyce Parker in second and Linda Liberti and Mary Medved tied for fourth. Flight #2 had a three-way tie with Marcy Griffith, Susan Meer and Denise Lott in first, Barbara Stewart came in second and Sheila Bossio in third. Flight #3 had Suzan Miller in first and Dolly Giallonardo in second.

Our OLNGA members teed up their balls on the Lakes course on January 30. Our good weather continued and so did the golf scores. Leading Flight #1 was Erika Tiepel, followed by Pat Stead in second Pat Stead and Phyllis Madison in third. Judy Hedding led Flight #2, with Margaret Johns in second and Denise Lott in third. Flight #3 was led by Julie Schneider, Sheila Bossio in second and Colleen Duke in third.

OLNGA members played the Palms course on February 6 with a lot of good results. Ila Kraayenbrink was first in Flight #1, followed by a two-way tie for second with Cora Levensky and Bonnie Tasch and Kathy Chebuhar in third. Flight #2 had two-first place winners in Colleen Duke and Karen Gonzales with Mary Evans in second and Linda Trish in third. Julie Schneider led in first place in Flight #3, with Dottie Meade in second and Mary Swanson in third.

Tip of the Month: Don’t forget to count your clubs – maximum of 14! Also, since a lot of players use the same brand of ball, put a distinguishing mark on yours!