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Sports: Chang’s 95 is top score in women’s 18-hole league
May Chang and Cathy Murray were one shot apart in 18-hole women's league play Tuesday. FILE Ron Planche
May Chang and Cathy Murray were one shot apart in 18-hole women's league play Tuesday. FILE Ron Planche

May Chang’s score of 95 was tops in Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf Club 18-hole women’s league play on Tuesday.

She edged Cathy Murray by one shot.

Other top shooters were Margot Richardson and Patty Garriock with 98 and Ginny Green, Val Chubey and Cathy Taylor with 100.

Cathy Taylor had the best net score (71), followed by Cheryl Yamamoto and Chang (73), Garriock (74) and Murray (75).

Murray also was top putter on the day, needing only 29 putts. Robin Foster and Richardson had 30, while Sharron Marlow and Garriock had 31.

Closest to the pin honours went to Marie Ellison (#4) and Chubey (#9), while Yamamoto sank the longest putt on the always tricky seventh hole.

The 9-hole women’s league rewarded players Tuesday for shots taken from sand traps and the winner was Maureen Dickson.

Gross scoring winners were: Susan Horne (49), Cathy Saytar (50) and Trish Anthony, Candace MacLean and Peggy Larder with 53. Net winners were: MacLean (33), Jill Planche (35) and Cathy Saytar (36).

In Tuesday WOOFs league play last week, Glenn Murray was top dog with a one-over 37.

Grant Williams won net score with 34 and Jim McMacken was closest to the pin on #4 (and made his birdie).

And James Grigjanis-Meusel and Jim McMacken carded one-over 37s last Thursday in men’s league competition.

Jack Hanna was best in modified Stableford scoring with 21 points.

Other sharpshooters were: Alan Robb (closest to the 150-yard marker on #1),

Todd Watson (longest putt made on #2), Randy Churchill (closest to the pin #4), A.J. Harlond (longest drive #5), Gary Wasylow (longest putt made on #7) and McMacken (closest to the pin on #9).

Net skins winners were: Churchill (#4), Jeff Goodman (#5), Robb (#6) and John Sobil (#8). Gross skins winners, all birdies were: Patrick Craig (#1), Ricky Watson (#3), Rob Reimer (#7) and Sobil (#8).

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