Everts Wins A Division Of Chattanooga Women's Team Championship; Loftsgard Has Ace On #12

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Maddi Everts won the A Division of the Chattanooga Women's Team Championship, defeating Kilbrey Fowler in a playoff.

Phyllis Loftsgard of Council Fire’s B Division Championship Team had a hole in one on #12. 

A Division

Champions Club

Maddi Everts                     69 Playoff

Kilbrey Fowler

Patty Donnahoo

Joan Rose

B Division

Council Fire

Phyllis Loftsgard               73

Wanda Smith

Teresa Van Arsdale

Kandy Berke

C Division

Council Fire

Susan Kaplan                     76

Becky Blaesing

Michelle Rauch

Lynn McGee

 



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