Ladies golf league

Pictured left to right are Peg Whitaker (consolation flight runner up), Colleen Walley (consolation flight winner), Beth Habib (first flight champion), and Molly Pieters (first flight runner up).

The Ellensburg women’s and men’s leagues took place over the week.

Here are the results:

WOMEN’S LEAGUE

The Nifty Niners play of the day for Tuesday was “Least Fairways” on the front nine holes. Scoring consisted of taking the gross score less all putts.

Winners were: Division A Debbie Whitman (33), Division B Kathy Jurgens (40) and Division C Mardine Brower (59).

On Thursday, the Ladies 18 Hole Division completed the final round of the President’s Cup Tournament. The match play tournament had a field of 16 ladies competing over the last four weeks for the title of champion.

This years championship went to Beth Habib competing against Molly Pieters in the final round. Colleen Walley, competing against Peg Whitaker, took the win in the consolation flight.

The play of the day for the Ladies 18 Hole Division was a friendly game of “NOSE”. Scoring was the total of all holes beginning with the letters NOSE (1, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 16, 17, and 18) less half of the handicap.

Winners were: Division A Debbie Whitman (31), Division B Beth Habib (36), Division C Terri Rasmussen (37) and Division D Shirley Schroers (43).

WEDNESDAY LEAGUE (BLIND PARTNER DRAW)

Gross

1st John Heaton and Mark Lewis (80)

2nd Jeff Zeleny and Jodie Lunstrum (91)

2nd Ed Volk and Nic Cawley-Murphre (91)

Net

1st Mike Moore and Mark Lewis (64)

2nd Greg Stern and Jason Stevenson (66 1/2)

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