09-19 Waukewan Ladies

First place winners of the 45th Waukewan Ladies League Invitational, with a net 111, was the tam of Brenna Benson, Peg Crowley, Karen Mahoney and Andy Sweeney. (Courtesy photo)

MEREDITH — The Waukewan Ladies League recently hosted 87 women from various clubs in New England for its 45th invitational tournament.

The format for the day was the two best low nets per foursome. First place team with a net 111 was Brenna Benson, Peg Crowley, Karen Mahoney and Andy Sweeney. Second place team with a net 117 was Jo-Anne Strickland, Paula Roberge, Karen Bourgeois and Dottie Simpson. Third place went to the team of Yolanda Miller, Yvonne Hale, Jane Nadeau and Donna Lemay.

Fourth and fifth place teams were tied with a score of 121. Using hole #13 as the tie breaker, the team of Diane Asbury, Denise Doyle and Laura Arnstein took fourth place and Jane Bowie, Paulette O’Hearn, Kathy Boselli and Jean Selig claimed fifth place.

There were six contest holes waiting for the ladies on the course. Kathy Rice won longest drive on hole #2; Carla Mowers won closest to the pin on #3 putting her drive 11’ 6½” from the pin. In keeping with the event's theme of “Rock and Roll,” hole #6 challenged the golfers to put their drive closest to the rock. Elaine Eno achieved that goal.

Hole #11 challenged the ladies to make the longest putt. Linda Ridlon sunk her ball from 19’ 7”. Roz Von der Linden won closest to the pin second shot on hole #14 and Brenna Benson won longest drive on hole #17.

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