2 Teams Tie At CWGA Team Low Net At Signal Mountain

Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Two teams tied at  -12 during Chattanooga Women's Golf Association team low net action on Tuesday at the Signal Mountain Golf and Country Club

They were:

Phyllis Loftsgard, Theresa Walters, and Jean St. Charles
Carol Burns, Candy Feher, Rosalie Basten, and Sylvia Friedl

Low Gross was Linda Carter with an 86
Low Net was Patty Jones with a 73

Low Gross from Forward Tees was Lynn Heck with an 87
Low Net from Forward Tees was Sylvia Friedl with a 71


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