Patenaude leads qualifiers


After two rounds in, Monique Patenaude has taken a fairly hefty lead for this year’s Ladies Valley League team which will represent the Morrisburg Club on the home turf in August.

The first qualifying round was played Sunday, June 10 with club captain Lori-Anne Davies claiming the early lead in A flight with a 90.

Vicki Boivin and Patenaude were two strokes back with 92s, and Diane Gallinger carded a 97.

Patenaude turned it up a notch on Sunday to finish with an 87, while Boivin and Davies finished well back with 99 and 100 respectively.

Gallinger did not play round two.

Each golfer has the opportunity to play three rounds, and the best two rounds are counted for their qualifying 36 hole score.

In B flight, Linda Barclay and Laurie Dillabough got it rolling on June 10th with 95s. Judy Laurin was third with a 97 and Carolyn Weegar fourth with a 100.

Weegar recovered Sunday to register the top B flight score with a 93. Also moving into contention was Anita Cooper with a 95. Cooper did not play the opening round.

Dillabough added a 99 to her opening round 95, while Laurin and Barclay posted 101s.

In C flight, after two rounds, Gisele Hooles looks solid with rounds of 102-101 for a 203 stroke total.

Shelley Broad is next with a 222 (113-109), and Deanna Cassell is third with 225 (112-113).

Carol Armstrong has the top score in D flight with a 108, but did not play round two.

Next up is Candace Jamieson with a 234 stroke total after 36 holes, followed by Lillian Noon with a 253 total.

The third and final qualifying round is set for this Sunday, June 26.

The ladies Valley League team consists of three players in each of A, B, C, and D flights, plus one senior. The Morrisburg club will host the annual tournament on Sunday, August 19.

Member clubs in the Ladies Valley League include Prescott, Iroquois, Cedar Glen, Morrisburg and Summer Heights.

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