Lalond putts her way to Fraser Cup

Donna Lalond won the Penticton Golf and Country Club senior ladies championship

  • Jun. 25, 2015 12:00 p.m.

Donna Lalond scored 169 to take the low gross winner capturing the Fraser Cup in the Penticton Golf and Country Club Senior Ladies championship on Tuesday.

Winning the Kash Williams low net was Sharron Paulson, scoring 135. Janice Clary scored 67 on day two. The low gross runner-up was Pat Lawrence with 173.

In the first flight, Viv Mohoruk scored 177 to win that flight. The low net winner was Hee Won Park with 142. Runner-ups in low gross and net were Donna Orris, 182, and Marlene Tymofievich, 145, respectively. Gail Johnson scored 186  to win the low gross in flight two. Trish Debrisay scored 140 to win the low net. In the third flight, Deborah Blakeney scored 202 to win the low gross, while Margaret Munro scored 147 in low net.


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