On July 13th, FWGA tells the legend of the Lone Ranger. It started on a cool Saturday morning at Mare Island golf course with 23 sharp shooters looking to fight and win over injustice of the oldest course west of the Mississippi.
In the Lone Ranger format, two scores per hole were added together for the team score. Here's the catch: One of those two scores must be from the Lone Ranger, plus the lowest net score of the other three players on the team.
The day warmed up and the battle began. Our first place team shooting silver bullets with a score of 134 was: Betty McCabe, Alleen Hodgkin, Piper Shaull and Linda Dobb. The second place team of 138 was: Tami Waddell, Kay Middleton, Shirley Walker and Sharon Greene.
We had two flights for the following:
Low Gross, A flight: April Kenyon - 84
Low Gross, B flight: Denise Qualls - 101
Low Net, A flight: Kristina Ramos – 70
Low Net, B flight: Linda Dobb – 71
Closest to the pin on 17: Flight A – Tami Waddell 8’11”, Flight B – Kay Middleton 9’5”
Birdies: Liz Riddle-Holes 2 & 10, Piper Shaull-Hole 6
Chip In’s: Alleen Hodgkin #11, Piper Shaull #6, Shirley Walker #8
Congratulations to everyone and thanks for coming out and playing!
Special thanks to Meridith Wieland and Della Gutierrez for volunteering to help with registration and scoring. Your federal peace officer was Liz Riddle.
HI-YO, Silver and Away! Who were those masked women anyway?