RRWGA Play to Improve Their Scores in the Eclectic Tournament

Flight 4: 1st Chris Hagan, 2nd Bonnie Kohnert, 3rd Donna Slater, 4th Neva Rhead; MIP Chris Root (20)

Flight 2: 1st Connie Metzler, 2nd Linda Phillips, 3rd Joy Pashby, 4th Diane Bent; MIP Connie Griswold (16)

Flight 3: 1st Yvonne Callaway, 2nd Judy Marklee, 3rd Ana Corey, 4th Sue Halsted; MIP Brenda Alford (24)

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If given a chance, would you replay a hole of golf in order to improve your score? Fifty-one Robson Ranch women golfers did July 11 and 12, at the RRWGA annual Eclectic Golf Tournament. After gathering early to beat the ever-skin-piercing heat, the women attacked 18 holes on Monday and returned Tuesday to “do over” the same holes with the same partners to see if they could improve their scores. What a challenge, or should that be a gift?

The tournament chairs (Lucia Bone, Ruth Brock, Jaynie Gornik, Kimberly Juneau, and Mary Sholty) greeted the weathered players with cold drinks, a “yummy” taco salad lunch, and a bag full of generous golf gifts, including individual gift cards for the Pro Shop.

Julia Schwaeger, CEO at Fitness Factory and former professional basketball player, talked to the group at lunch about preparing mentally to compete. Paula Hayes was the surprise winner of a one-hour personal training session with Julia.

Prizes, of course, adorned winners of four flights and the special “Most Improved Players” (MIP)—players who actually improved strokes as many as 12, 16, 20, and 24 points. Winners and MIPs are listed below.

By the way, if you are interested in joining the Robson Ranch Women’s Golf Association, please contact Chris Hagen, membership chair, at [email protected]. The women play March through November.

Flight 1: 1st Val Bottoms, 2nd Okcha Cummins, 3rd Sheri Watkins; MIP Brenda Watson (12)

Flight 2: 1st Connie Metzler, 2nd Linda Phillips, 3rd Joy Pashby; MIP Connie Griswold (16)

Flight 3: 1st Yvonne Callaway, 2nd Judy Marklee, 3rd Ana Corey; MIP Brenda Alford (24)

Flight 4: 1st Chris Hagan, 2nd Bonnie Kohnert, 3rd Donna Slater; MIP Chris Root (20)