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Wednesday, October 5, 2022
Sports: Derbyshire dominates WOOFs with steady play
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Rain played havoc with the Thursday men’s league at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf Club again last week, but the Tuesday WOOFs competition escaped the downpour.

And 30-time club champ Mark Derbyshire continued his steady play, winning WOOFs low gross on June 14 with a one-over 37 and sharing top honours on June 21 with Rick Janes, Glen Murray and Alan Robb (39).

Low net this week was Oleh Hrycko (35), while Dave Gagne was closest to the pin on #4. Guest player Owen Howells eagled #8 to win the hidden hole.

On June  14, low net winners were Terry Catney and John Read (35), and Grant Williams was closest to the pin on #4. Jim Cosgrove won the hidden hole prize (#5).

WOMEN’S RESULTS: Reigning club champ Yolanda Henry was the low shooter in the 18-hole women’s league on June 21, carding a 90, followed by Valerie Chubey (93), Cathy Murray (94), Martha Cruikshank (96) and Brenda Bell (97).

Low net scorers were: Sharron Marlow (69), May Chang and Chubey (73), Murray (74) and Marg Ketchison (75).

Bell and Chubey (#4) and Lynette Saunders (#8) all had birdies, while Ketchinson (#4) and Cheryl Yamamoto (#10) had chip-ins. Saunders sank the longest putt on #8.
Ginny Green had the fewest putts (30), followed by Chubey (33) and Chang, Marlow, Judy Mantle and Janice White each with 34.

In the women’s nine-hole league on June 21, Trish Anthony was the big winner, taking low gross with a 42, low net (29) and was the secret draw winner.

Other low gross winners were: Marlene Sibbald (47), and Suzanne Watson and Kim Hrycko (50). Sibbald (34) and Hrycko (37) were low net runners-up.

Catherine Novick sank the longest putt on #8 and Sibbald was closest to the line on #1.

On June 14, Maureen Dickson was the low shooter with 43, ahead of Diana  Dimmer (44), Sherry Gysler (46), Cathy Saytar (48), and Suzanne Rate and Linda Williams (49).

Low net went to Gysler (31), followed by Dickson and Williams (34), Janice McMacken (35), and Rate and Saytar (36).

McMacken also sank the longest putt on #2 and Gysler was closest to the pin in two on #9. Gysler and Dimmer tied for fewest putts (14). Golf lesson winner was Karin Nitsch.