The Lady Putters may have been dressed for fun when they showed up in Halloween attire for their October luncheon, but some of the scores showed they meant business.
For the six-week period preceding the luncheon, Yoshi Hennessey had both the lowest gross score with a 35 and 18 holes-in-one. Yoshi also achieved a new low at one event with a 31. Kathy Guy was recognized for the lowest net score of 29.13.
Recognized for their first time in getting a score under 40 were, Arlene Zaloznik with a 39; Kathy Hamilton, Dorothy Klemme, Karen Petzel each recorded a 38; Dodie Prescott parred with a 36, and Cindy Hogg got a 35.
Other record setters with 36 and under were Suzan Bryceland, Julie Hazelton and Carol Jackson, who each got a 35; Carol Allen, Kim France, Jenny McGinnis and Margaret Morris, 34; Mary Anderson, Sally Geers, Freda Hyles, 33; and Sylvia Butler, 32.
Each week those who set up the course get to determine the most difficult hole, which is designated the Money Hole. Those who get a hole-in-one for the Money Hole are awarded $5 for their achievement. Money Hole winners during the six-week period included Joyce Walton, Carol Allen, Marcia Faulkner and Diane Dodd.