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HLCC Ladies closing dinner

SHEFFIELD — The Hidden Lake Ladies League had a successful season for 2012. There were three hole in ones, 2 eagles, 55 birdies and 28 chip-ins.

Special awards were given to:

Beth VanVooren - most rounds played (over 100).

Karen MacNaughten - most improved.

Best 9-hole round - Sally Riley (-1) par 34 on back nine.

Best 18-hole round - Carol Roberson and Karen Taylor 78.

Most birdies during league - Sally Riley with 12.
Memorial Tournament Winner - Cheri Smith.
Handicap Tournament - Mae Britt, first; Diane Walker, second.
Flight Tournament winners were Championship Flight: 1st, Patsy DeFauw; 2nd, Carol Roberson. A Flight: 1st, Pat Corwin; 2nd Kathy Rakestraw. B Flight: 1st, Peggy Maes; 2nd, Deb Bowen. C Flight: 1st, Virginia Moore; 2nd, Karen MacNaughten.

Hidden Lake won first place in the team standings including Ruth Ann Horwedel (front row, left), Karen MacNahughten, Maggie Mangold; and Sandy Crosby (back row), Carlene Hebel, Peggy Tautkus and Kathy Lanham.
Sally's Country Cut placed second in the Ladies League with Beth VanVooren (front row, left), Sally Riley, Virginia Moore; and Margie Palmer (back row), Debbie Zenger and Patsy DeFauw.
Chip shots: The Southern Seniors will finish their 25 week golfing season at
Timber Creek in Dixon on Monday. Bob Curham invites all glfers to come and enjoy 18 holes of golf, have lunch and prizes, and promises to have you on your way home by 1 o'clock in time for your afternoon nap.

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