by Janice Davis – Club Correspondent

The 18ers played with Mutt and Jeff last Thursday during their weekly tournament; Mutt, being a three-par hole and Jeff, being a five-par. The player, nicknamed “Sally,” during the round, had to use her score on the three pars and the five pars.  Three and five pars are, arguably, the most challenging of golf holes, with the three pars requiring great accuracy and the five pars, needing distance. After totaling the net scores on these ten holes, “Sally” was allowed to subtract the score of the worst hole, and the resulting net became the tournament score. Players always appreciate when they may “erase” a score. Seldom does a person play 18 holes without at least one hole they’d like to forget.

During this day’s event, chip-ins were enjoyed by Lynda Pritchett, hole one, and Claudia Terry on hole ten. Birdies were achieved by Jayoung Lee, hole two, Claudia Terry, hole’s eight and ten, and Sue Yoon, hole eighteen.

The field was divided into three flights and payouts were as follows.

First place $6; Second place $5; Third place $4; Fourth place $3; Fifth place, $2;  Sixth place, $1.

Here are the complete results: First flight, first place, Cindy Sonstelle, second place, Nancy Park, third, Mae Marcotte, fourth, Joan Munn, fifth, Joan Binnings, sixth, Judy Moran. Second flight, first place, Jane Lee, second, Agnes Shin, third, June Lee, fourth, Ann Hamilton, fifth, Vanida Nalamlieng, sixth, Denise Pratt. Third flight, first place, Char Gonzalez, second, Jean Carroll, third, Gail Ramirez, fourth, MaryAnn Higgins, fifth, Myra Belfiore, sixth, Joanne Brennan.

On October 6, 18ers observed Breast Cancer Awareness month by wearing pink and gathering donations for HERS. HERS is a local organization which provides goods and services, not usually covered by insurance, to Breast Cancer survivors and caregivers. Coming October 13, is the sixth and final Charm and Eclectic opportunity, and on October 27,  the Halloween Bash, followed by the General Meeting and vote, for the incoming, 2023 board. Lunch and Crazy Hat contest will run during the meeting and cost for lunch and prizes is $17. Registration is open on the 18er website. For questions about registration, please contact Laura Kim, at