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Kim Evans brought the house down in cheers when she aced the fifth hole at Cypress Knoll during the Open Championship.
Evans struck for gold from 105 yards out while using her favored pitching wedge.
She did what Picasso couldn’t do with a paint brush: She accomplished the most cherished moment in golf on the day of special celebration with her husband, Tom, on their 23rd wedding anniversary!
She also enjoyed the thrill of playing with talented golfers Karen Joyce, Tom DeMarco and Connie McClintock.
July 25: Two-man Stableford. Flight 1: Steve Tosh and Peter Worsfold 9, Bob Borer and Hawley Roers 7, Jack Hinsch and Paul Gillis 5m/c, Tom Richards and Bob Wolfe 5. Flight 2: Tom Sweeney 12, Jim Knight and Dick Haines 9, Jim Robinson and Rich Oorlog 8, Turner Lett and Jerry Garnett 7. Closest to pin: Bob Borer and Jim Knight, No. 5; Bob Aiken and Darrell May, No. 8; Hawley Rogers and Tom Sweeney, No. 14; Bob Aiken, No. 17.
July 24: 7-24-12 crisscross. Flight 1: Joan Callahan 32m/c, Glenna Pruitt 32. Flight 2: Ann Cameron 28, Janet Search 32. Flight 3: Mary Culver 27, Elaine Worsfold 34.
July 23: Low net, front nine. Flight 1: Linda Mahran 35. Flight 2: Pat Kawa 32.5, (tie) Alice Manthey Mavis Moen 33.5. Flight 3: Patte Garofalo 31.5, Joanne Antonelli 34. Birdies: Pat Kawa, No. 2; Alice Manthey, No. 9.
July 25: Stableford. Flight 1: Joanne DeMarco 21, Barbara Bergquist 20. Flight 2: Julie Pellegrino 22, Rita Miller 20. Flight 3: Pat Cook 19, (tie) Pat Kawa and Patte Garofalo 14. Birdies: Joane DeMarco, No. 5.
July 25: Chicago points. Flight 1: Bill Levchuck 39m/c, Rich Brown 39, Mike Brown 38. Flight 2: Don Gendron 36m/c, Andy Curley 36, Frank Quinn 35. Green Flight: Don Braden 38, Jerry Fletcher 37, Herb Hawkins 36. Closest to pin: Mike Brown, No. 4; Don Braden, No. 10; Mike Brown, No. 13.
July 23: Toss two holes. Flight A: Shay Hall 64.5, Marianne Schuettler 66.5m/c, Sandy McCarthy 66.5m/c, Wanda Eller 68m/c. Flight B: Terry Gibson 73, Emily Clewner 74, Carol Gear 76. Closest to pin: Janice Peterson, No. 4; Joan Gray, No. 10.
July 23: 6-12-12. Carol Keeler 31, Dot Apgar 34. Closest to pin: Fran Paslowski, No. 10.
July 24: T’s & F’s. Flight 1: Diane Zeeman 36, (tie) Kathy DiGiore and Kathy Devanna 39. Flight 2: Helga Ghazi 36.5, (tie) Ann Steele and Joanne Edwards 37.5. Eagle: Diane Zeeman, No. 10.
— Jock MacKenzie
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