Big month for women’s golf at Sunland

The Sunland Women’s Golf Association recently celebrated the group’s past captains with a golf tournament and luncheon. With 30 members playing a three-person modified scramble, teams were so evenly matched up that three teams tied for first place at six-under-par, and another four teams tied for fourth place at five-under-par. In all, 15 past captains were in attendance — with all but three playing in the tourney.

Earlier in the month, Sunland held its Member/Member Tournament with 26 ladies competing in the three-day with horserace, best ball and Chapman formats. Bobbie Piety and Judy Nordyke won both the horserace and overall first place low gross position. Nonie Dunphy and Kathleen Dejong won overall low net.

Sunland’s next big event the last weekend of June is the annual War of the Roses Tournament, a two-day tourney pitting women against men (each team of two women play against a team of two men.) Format the first day is best ball, with a more difficult second day of high/high, low/low format where every score counts. The women won last year’s War of the Roses tourney.

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