PV Ladies golfers bright as fireworks

 

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The scores posted in July by the Palo Verde Ladies Golf Association (PVLGA) lit up the course each week like fireworks on July 4. Look how explosive they were…

7/03. Low Gross. A tough game to play in the heat, but the members of the PVLGA were up to the challenge! The winners were Flight 1: Mary Nelson (71), Vallerie Verbeck (76) and Jan Nelson (77); Flight 2: Sandy Chavez and Julie Curran (tied – 83) and Christy Thomas (85); Flight 3: Pat Schultz (94), Kay Berner (95) and Rita Raymond (98). Well played, ladies!

7/10 and 7/17. Summer Eclectic. The ladies played two tournaments and selected their lowest score between them on a hole-by-hole basis to come up with their best 18-hole score. This sure helped this ol’ girl who happened to get lucky on the right holes between the two days! The winners were Flight 1: Penny Nowicki (66) and Mary Nelson and Donna Purcell (tied – 69); Flight 2: Lucsa Buzbee (79) and Liz DeMichael and Christy Thomas (tied – 80).

7/24. No play due to aeration.

7/31. Odd Holes. In the Odd Holes tournament, only the odd-numbered holes counted toward the final score (a format generally perfect for this “oddball” but not this time). The winners were Flight 1: Mary Nelson, Donna Purcell and Vallerie Verbeck (tied – 30.5); Flight 2: Rita Raymond (32) and Susie Buell and Jan Stuckey (33.5). Excellent scores, ladies!