San Vicente Women’s Golf hosts 33rd Pow Wow tournament

San Vicente Women’s Golf Association (SVWGA) hosted 33 member/guest teams at its 33rd Pow Wow tournament, chaired by Sue Bender and Shauna Porter.

The theme of the May 20-22 tournament was “It’s Just a Game.”

Tournament organizers congratulated winners Kris Jolly and Suzy Albin on their “sizzling play.” The 2012 Pow Wow champions carded a two-day overall low net score of 117.

Joyce Whitehead and Bev Fernandez garnered low net on Monday, May 21, to win the Lucy Hechter Award.

2012 Pow Wow Overall Winners Kris Jolly and Suzy Albin.

Below are the Tournament Low Gross and Low Net winners.

First overall low gross

Evelyn Turlo and Debbie Hale (87).

Aggravation Flight Gross

1st: Evelyn Turlo/Debbie Hale

2nd: Jo Barefoot/Vickie Aldrich

3rd: Virginia Pollack/Barbara Thompson

Aggravation Flight Net

1st: Shauna Porter/Mary Ahler

2nd: Joyce Whitehead/Bev Fernandez

Sue Bender (right) presents the Lucy Hechter Award to Bev Fernandez and Joyce Whitehead.

3rd: Marie Hamann/Ardy Williams

Backmmon Flight Gross

1st: Robyn Bolitho and Emily O’Campo

2nd: Florine Murillo and Lavonne Compton

3rd: Betty LeMenager and Betty Baran

Backmmon Flight Net

1st: Sue Bender and Laura Burnside

2nd: Lorraine Schnell and Carolyn Hogan

3rd: Jeannette Abernathy and Sharon Thomas

Checkers Flight Gross

1st: Colleen Barnum/Marley Bates

2nd: Doris Swartz/Donna Everson

3rd: Jeannette Schumacher/Tina Russell

Checkers Flight Net

1st: Edie Hazen/Sue Harrington

2nd: Carole Stafford/Linda Swanson

3rd: Marcy Aubert/Barbara Renne

The women’s golf club thanked co-chairs Sue Bender and Shauna Porter and the many SVWGA members who formed the tournament committee, and gave special recognition to Joyce Whitehead and her crew for making the “It’s Just a Game” theme “come alive inside and out.”

SVWGA members also recognized the following for their assistance: San Vicente Golf Club Head Pro John Rathbun, Assistant Pro Fred Arcaina, Jack Anderson, Aaron Guevarra, John Lafata, Dennis Locke and all of the staff, Mario Trejo, Pat Shannan and the grounds crew, Joyce Whelehon, Master Chef Ben Peterson, and Debbie Warren and the restaurant staff. The Men’s Club members assisted with the tournament’s Domino Derby, carts, ball spotting and scoring.

The tournament organizers thanked the following individuals and merchants for their contributions and prizes for the event: Ace Hardware, Fred Arcaina, B Street Car Wash, Bank of Southern California, Colleen Barnum, Barona Valley Casino and Resort,  Fred and Jeri Biddle, Jo Barefoot, Carmel Mt. Ranch Country Club, Ramona Chevron, Cold Stone Creamery, and Coronado Golf Course.

Also recognized were Lynda DAmato, Sharron Daniels, Dreamy Nails, Eagle Crest Country Club, East Lake Country Club, El Camino Country Club, Encinitas Ranch Golf Course, Farmer’s Insurance, Geico, and Golf Galaxy.

In addition, the following contributors were thanked: Joan Gansert, Jan Gilman, Java Hut, Jeremy’s on the Hill Restaurant, Jewelry World, Kris Jolly, Helen Jupin, Century 21, House on the Hill,  Los Amigos Mexican Food, Joe Lukacs, Maxine Lupo, Betsy Michaels, Marie Milliman-Farmers Insurance,  Mission Federal Credit Union, Pala Mesa Resort, Bill and Shauna Porter, Ramona Disposal, Ransom Brothers Hardware, John Rathbun, Reidy Creek Golf Course, River Walk Golf Club, Salt Creek Golf Club, San Luis Rey Downs, San Vicente Resort, San Vicente Pro Shop, Salerno Winery, Schwaesdall Winery, Sears, Stater Brothers, Steele Canyon Golf Club, Third Street Grill, Terrace Restaurant and the staff at Town and Country Real Estate.

Tournament participants said they enjoyed the competition and the friendship.

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