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AUSTIN EDITION Saxton has low gross score at Ladies Day

Ladies Day was held at the Ramsey and Austin Country Club golf courses on Wednesday.

At the Country Club, Joan Saxton has the low gross score for 18 holes in Class One with an 87. Vel Moen shot the low net with a 71 and Sheri Newhouse had the second low net at 75.

In the Class Two competition, Clyde Bumgarner had the low gross with a round of 97. Sandy Wagner shot the low net score at 75 and Gwen Morem had a 77. In Class Three, it was Jo Huntting with a 104 for the low gross. Jan Larson had a 73 for the low net and Bette Rugg shot a 77.

Arlene Brick and Vickie Schulte tied for the low gross in Class Four with a 117 total. Carol Young had the low net with a 60 and Marilyn Halverson shot a 75. Low gross for nine holes in Class One was Gail Nelson with a 58 and Mary Ann Leonard shot a 37 for the low net. Pat Larson was low gross for Class Two with a 69 and Mary Miller shot a 28 for the low net.

Pam Hoffman was closest to the pin on hole 7. Longest putts were made by Barb Scheid on hole 2, Pat Larson on hole 8, Chris Potach on hole 10, and Sheila Ondich on hole 18. Vel Moen and Carol Hunter recorded chip-ins on the day.

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At the Ramsey Course, Irene Forhreich had the low net score with a 64 and Judy McGuire shot a 65. Carol Bulson, Judy Reuter, and Karen Baier all posted rounds of 67, while Doris Hagen and Mavis Bartley each shot a 68.

Chip-ins were made by Doris Hagen on hole 13, Lavonne Husemoller and Norma Brown on hole 16, and Marsha Jensen on holes 7 and 14. Birdies were made by Baier on hole 6, Hagen on hole 13, Reuter on 13, and Nancy Novotney on hole 8.

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