by Janice Davis – Club Correspondent

They say that some people have all the luck and have had multiple holes-in-one. Well, for Robin Moreau that did seem to hold true. She waited 37 years to achieve her first ace. On the cold morning of March 5, playing with Linda Ingalls, Gail Ramirez and Laura Kim, Robin teed her ball on hole 10, hit a stellar shot with her Heaven Wood, 124 yards to a rear flag, avoiding trees, the bridge and a water hazard and watched as the ball disappeared into the hole. She was also playing a Callaway golf ball so it was a great for the Callaway brand. Congratulations to Robin and cheers! to those enjoying the celebratory glass of wine apres golf.

In other news this week, the 18ers enjoyed their first game of the tournament year, playing a refreshing new game called, Aces Wild. In this format, for every one putt, players reduced their NET score one point. Fifty-four women participated in this first day of the 2022 season.

Birdies were recorded by Joanne Kim, and Teddi Swanson hole 2, Janet Choi, hole 15, and Claudia Terry, hole 16. Teddi Swanson had a chip in on hole 1, Virginia Lawson had one on hole 2, Linda Ingalls had a chip-in on hole 3, Del Poirer had one on 6, Kay Doyle had one on hole 7, Robin Moreau had one on hole10, and MaryJo Leary had one on hole 14.

The winners of each flight are: Claudia Terry, first flight gross, with a score of 78, first net Joan Binnings, second flight gross, Nancy Park, score 88, net, Jun Chao, third flight gross, Teddi Swanson, score 97, net, Soonee Kim, fourth flight, Mary Hufford, score 97, net Pil Choo. Complete standings can be found on the 18ers website.

Spring Fling tournament Co-chair Denise Pratt and Stella Chan have a special agenda planned. The course will be converted to an 18 hole 3 par event, and will have a fashion show on display during the awards luncheon. Women are encouraged to sign up quickly as this fun event always sells out. Registration began March 6. Grab a partner and register at: