The results are in from the last month in Swinger's Nine play at Black Rock Creek Golf Course.
Wednesday, June 30, play of the day was a skins game. Winners included Dianne Storslee in Flight 'A' with five skins, Lucille Rohman in Flight 'B' with four, Jean Dorsey in Flight 'C' with five and Mary Beth Kirk in Flight 'D' with three skins. Picking up a pair of birdies on the day was Barb Schatz, those coming on holes 10 and 12.
Wednesday, June 23, the women's group attempted to beat PGA head pro Jeff Bender's nine-hole score of 37. Using their course established handicaps, the winners included Schatz with a 29, Jean Brown with a 35 and Karen Gustafson with a 36.
Wednesday, June 16, the format required the ladies to use only irons during their nine-hole round. Low scorers included Storslee in Flight 'A' with a 54, Laura Pittillo in Flight 'B' with a 54, Dottie Aiken in Flight 'C' with a 58 and Claire Hall in Flight 'D' with a 67.
Wednesday, June 9, Swinger's Nine hosted an invitational for Yakima Valley golfers. The local winners included Lorna Munn, who shot a 45 to claim low gross of field honors. Schatz and Gustafson also cashed. Schatz carded a 48, and Gustafson netted a handicap-aided 34.
Wednesday, June 2, play of the day was ace of aces. Munn won low gross of field honors by shooting a 44. Low net of field honors went to Betty Adolph for her handicap-aided 31. Low gross and net winners in each flight included Schatz (47) and Wanda Stokes (37) in Flight 'A', Pittillo (50) and Gustafson (35) in Flight 'B', Aiken (58) and Kathy Rupert (40) in Flight 'C', and Madelyne Kassebaum (62) and Betty Zabel (38) in Flight 'D'. Schatz had a chip-in birdie that day, on No. 2; and Stokes claimed a chip-in on No. 7.
Wednesday, May 26, the Swinger's Nine competitors had to make a guess at what they were going to shoot that day before they teed off. Winners included Rohman in Flight 'A', who was one shot off her prediction with a 54; Shirlene Jones in Flight 'B', who was right on the mark with her 58; Aiken in Flight 'C', who was two shots off her guess with a 55; and Hall in Flight 'D', who was within one shot of her prediction with a 62.