Agnes Shin won the Rossmoor Women’s 18-Hole Golf Club’s fifth Charm Day with a low net of 69 on September 14. Second place winner Janice Davis, third place winner Nancy Park and fourth place winner Olivia Hsueh, all of whom shot net 70, had their three-way tie broken using their back nine scores. In the second flight Marcia Belcher came in first and Teddi Swanson came in second with net scores of 73, again having their two-way tie broken using the back nine. Denise Pratt came in third and Kay Doyle came in fourth with a broken tie score of net 74. Birdies were shot by Chong Harney on hole 8, Olivia Hsueh on hole 4, Joan Munn on hole 10, and Agnes Shin on holes 2 and 13. Pat Diesem and Peggy Yamada both had chip-ins on hole 14.
The last major tournament of the 18ers’ season will take place starting tomorrow and continuing next Thursday. The Classic is a two-round partner better ball tournament where partners are allowed an eight-stroke difference between their respective handicaps to sign up together. No one may play to a handicap higher than 40. After the second day of the Classic, there will be an awards luncheon in the Club Room in Creekside. All 18ers are invited to attend even if not participating in the tour.
The final 18er guest day is coming up on October 14. It will be a casual guest day with no meals included. 18ers are encouraged to sign up and invite their friends from other clubs to play the Dollar course.