Aug. 28, 2008

Golf Clubs

New Berlin Hills

A-C Ladies League

July match play tournament. Championship Flight — Sandy Milbauer, first; Carleen Erickson, second. A Flight — Cindy Hutchinson, first; Jeanette Laabs, second. B Flight — Marilyn Morgan, first; Pat Vaughan, second.

Grant Park Thursday

18-hole Women’s League

Three-week championship tournament. Club champion, Linda Ford; runner-up, Pat Sroka. Class B — first, Emily Selin; second, Lorraine Luedtke. Class C — first, Barb Parker; second, Judy Phipps. Class D — first, Carmen Villarreal; second, Pat Wojtycski.

Aug. 21 event: low gross minus putts. Class A — Ford 48, Sroka & Kay Trexell 57, Audrey Olbrantz 58; Class B — Selin 55, Joyce O’Brien 62, Luedtke 65; Class C — Mary Kowalski 59, Parker 62, Jane Polasek 63; Class D — Bonnie Karvonen 64, Villarreal 66, Wojtycski 71. Birdies: Ford on 1, Sroka on 8, Olbrantz on 2 & 17. Chip-in: Ford on 1.

Honor scores: Ford 80, Sroka 90, Trexell 90, Selin 93, Nancy Salin 95, Olbrantz 95, Pam Herman 97, Kathy Hanneman 98, Pat Garske 98, Luedtke 98.

Grant Park Sunday

18-hole Women’s League

Birdies: Chris Hart on 11, Mary Kilpatrick on 8, Cindy Konieczki on 8.

Honor scores: Konieczki 90, Kilpatrick 92, Linda Kane 92, Hart 93, Anne Klisurich 96, Sherry Lewicki 98, Joeann Danielson 98.

Oakwood Thursday

18-hole Women’s League

Aug. 20 honor scores: Connie Pilger 79, Sue Behlendorf 89, Holly Haskin 90, Beth Gorzek 96, Teckla Kubiak 96, Carole Martin 97, Gil Yoo 98.

Aug. 14 honor scores: Pilger 89, Flo Leintz 97, Haskin 98.

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