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Summerland ladies golfers play pin round

Low gross and low net scores calculated in league play

On June 16, the Summerland Golf and Country Ladies Club played a pin round which is scored using Low Gross/Low Net.

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First flight: First low gross (tie) Carol Mulligan and Helen Pybus, 93; second low gross Linda Brusse, 99; first low net (tie) Vijai Vaagen and Doreen Butterworth, 75; second low net Pat Gartrell, 76.

Second flight: First low gross Barb Oleschuk, 111; second low gross Diana Leitch, 114; first low net (tie) Pat Stohl and Norma Chamber, 80; second low net Maribel Rothfield, 82.

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