Despite the heat, the Lady Putters continue to putt. Every six weeks the club recognizes the best or most improved players.
Yoshie Hennessy captured two awards this time. A brick with a quail and the inscription Quail Creek Star Putter was designed by Marci Yenerich to recognize the Lady Putter with the lowest gross score for the six week period. Yoshie’s score was 36.8. She once again earned the Hole-in-Oneder Crystal Golf Ball for getting 13 holes-in-one, the most of all the Putters.
Gail Scheibner received the Coveted Quail for a new low net of 29.93.
Every Wednesday the Lady Putters head for the putting green for 18 holes of fun, challenge and laughter. From now until November, putting begins promptly at 8:30 a.m. with check-in beginning at 8:00 a.m.
Ladies are invited to try out the group twice before making a commitment to join. There is a $1 fee for putting. Dues are $15 for the year or $25 if someone wants a visor.