POLAND – Club champions have been crowned at Poland Spring Country Club. Rafael Barajas is the Men’s Club Champion, and Laura Young the Women’s Champion. Others: Senior Champ, Dave Conley; ABC Champ, Steve Noble.

Other news from Poland Spring:

Ladies Member-guest: gross, 1. Leesa Smith, Kathy Cain, Sharon Webster, Janet Nelson, 60; net, 1. Joanne Conley, Anne Ollman, Carol Hall, Sue Grondin, 45 (MC); 2. Elaine Lasky, Barbara Bouchard, Marilyn Spencer, Betty Holmes, 45; 3. Bev Benson, Bev O’Gara, Jill Starbird, Robyn Harding, 46. Closest to the line #2, guest, June Bureau, 2″; member, Charlene Lacasse, 8’11”.

Closest to the pin #6, guest, Janet Nelson, 4’11”; member, Laura Young, 22’2″.


LEEDS – Men’s Blind Draw, Sept, 1: gross, Rick Shea, 70; Brandon Marcotte, Dave Brown, 73; net, Pete Provencher, 58; Don Jalbert, John Pleau, 60. Pins: #2, Bob Tremblay, 22’5″; #8, Sid Cohen, 14’7″; #13, Don Jalbert, 16′; #15, Jeff Marcotte, 2’9″. Skins: gross, Gerry Laroche, Rick Shea (4), Sid Cohen, Brandon Marcotte, Jeff Marcotte, Pete Provencher; net, Jeff Marcotte, Pete Provencher (2), Rick Shea (2), Sid Cohen.

Ladies Scrmable, Sept. 1 gross, Judy Corkum, Claire Morin, Esther Pattershall, 69; net, Pennie Cummings, Carmen Cohen, Jean Pratt, 57.4; Debbie Marshall, Rita Howard, Claire Mattson, 62.4. Pins: #2, Laurie Gifford, 22’5″; #8, Pennie Cummings, 24’8″; #13, Claire Mattson, 35’6″; #15, Sue Kaluzynski, 28’11”. Long drive, A, Pennie Cummings; B, Rita Howard.

Women’s League, August 30, Individual Point Quota: Rita Howard, Claire Mattson, +7; Sue Kaluzynski, Laurie Gifford, +5. Closest to the pin #2, Anita Thayer, 57’11”.

Bethel Inn

BETHEL – Ladies League Scramble: 1. Jane Ryerson, Robin Cooper, Linda Gallagher, 36; 2. Marjorie Hannawait, Tracy Moir, Lynn Wilson, 37; 3. Joyce Roma, Janie Adams, Jan Smith, Jen Sweeney, 41.

Maine Seniors

PORTLAND – The Maine Seniors Golf Association reaches a milesone this month when members gather at the spot where it all began in 1932.

The Association celebrates its 75th anniversary on Sept. 24 with a tournament and banquet at Brunswick Golf Club.

It was Charles “Pop” Erswell who helped organize competition among seniors. The Association has continued through an economic depression, a World War, man setting foot on the moon, and golf balls being hit well over 300-yards.

James Dodson will be the banquet speaker.

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