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AREA GOLF BRIEFS: Wilkinson, Rhyne, McGuire lead WLL finals field

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Posted 11/9/19

The Wilson Country Club duo of Patch Wilkinson and Beth Rhyne and Willow Springs Country Club’s Sue McGuire claimed top honors in the Wilson Ladies League golf finals at Wilson Country Club on …

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AREA GOLF BRIEFS: Wilkinson, Rhyne, McGuire lead WLL finals field

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The Wilson Country Club duo of Patch Wilkinson and Beth Rhyne and Willow Springs Country Club’s Sue McGuire claimed top honors in the Wilson Ladies League golf finals at Wilson Country Club on Tuesday.

Competing in the First Flight, Wilkinson paced the field with a round of 84 over the par-72 WCC layout. Beth Rhyne won low net with a 76, while McGuire was the low putts winner with 32.

Carding the low round in the Second Flight was Mary Ann Sutton of Wedgewood Public Golf Course with a 90. Melba Martin of WCC had second low gross of 98.

Low net was captured by Jean Pochis of WCC with a 73, while Marcia Davis of Wedgewood won low putts (35).

Hitting tee shots closest to the pin on par-3 layouts were Wilkinson on Nos. 6 and 11, Sutton on No. 3 and Debbie Webb of Wedgewood on No. 17.

The tournament ended the Wilson Ladies League season.

WCC Ladies Golf wraps up season

The Wilson Country Club Ladies Golf Association ended its 2019 season with a fun tournament that was won by the twosome of Sue Garrison-Susan Powell.

The format consisted of five points being awarded when a golfer’s tee shot landed in the fairway. The number of putts were then subtracted to determine total points earned per hole. However, if the player’s tee shot missed the fairway, she was assessed negative points for the number of putts. Via a blind draw, players were paired in twosomes following play.

Garrison-Powell prevailed with 88 points. Debbie Keely-Jean Pochis notched a runner-up finish with 82 points.

Winding up third with 59 points was the duo of Wortley Forbes-Melba Martin. Barbara Biddle-Lisa Matthews salvaged fourth with 54 points.

Hitting her tee shot closest to the pin on the par-3, No. 17 layout was Patch Wilkinson. Winning the longest putts prizes were Keely on No. 10 and Robin Lemare on No. 18.

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