Redfern scores low gross win

Gwen Redfern, Doreen Butterworth and Veronica Lee putt their way to victory at Summerland Golf

  • Aug. 18, 2015 10:00 a.m.

Gwen Redfern, Doreen Butterworth and Veronica Lee were the winners in Summerland Golf and Country Ladies Club  low gross/net action on Aug. 11. Redfern scored 86, besting Carol Mulligan at 87. Butterworth and Lee tied the top low net at 75. Lil Smith had 76. In the second flight, Margo Humphreys won the low gross with a 91, while Joanne Gartrell and Diana Leitch scored 100. The low net winner was Donna MacEwen at 76 with Anka Manders at 77. Ruth Daviduk took the third flight low gross with 103 and Julie Macaulay trailed her for second with 108. Ellen Clay was the low net winner with 77 and Hedy Sewell shot 79.



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