by Janice Davis – Club Correspondent

Joan Binnings and Lana Yagle, Tournament Co-Chairs, devised a unique format, never before enjoyed by the Women 18ers for the Thursday, September 21, play day. The tournament, named Six-Six-Six, meant partners played six holes as a best ball, six holes as a scramble and six as alternate shot. Although it sounds simple, this type of game is extremely tough and requires a lot of strategy, forgiveness and creativity.

Winners in the first flight were: first place, Ja Young Lee, Agnes Shin, Helen Kay, Joanne Kim with a score of 134.

Second place, Sue Yoon, Laura Kim, Daisy Soo Hoo, Sophia Kim with a score of 139 and third place went to  Anna Kim, Nancy Park, Janet Choi, Soonee Kim with a score of 141.

In the second flight, first place went to Lynda Pritchett, Il Sook Cho, Joan Baggett, Robin Moreau with a score of 139,  second place went to  Ann Hamilton, Gail Ramirez, MaryAnn Higgins, Lee Shaffer with a score of  141, and third place was Teddi Swanson, Vanida Nalamlieng, Toni Snyder, Joan Munn with a score of 152.

Third flight was: first place, Esta Podberesky, Marsha Jennings, Myra Belfiore, Lola Lantz, who scored138, second place,  was Judith Coleman, Lana Yagle, Del Poirier, Marcia Belcher, score 144. Third place, Juna Lee, Jane Lee, Sarah Ko, Joanne Brennan, score 148. Chip-ins were made by Lynda Pritchett, hole 2, Janet Choi hole 5, Judy Fletcher and Marlene Seffern hole 9.

On October 21, the club will hold the Halloween Bash. It is not known at this time, whether the game will be the dreaded Orange Ball format, however, it will for sure, entail a crazy Halloween hat contest. Following play will be the general member meeting where members will vote on the incoming, 2023 Board.

Thursday, October 6, the 18ers will kick off Breast Cancer awareness month, with a fundraiser for the HERS foundation. All players are asked to wear pink in support of Breast Cancer victims, survivors and caregivers. Information about the HERS organization can be found at HTTPS://