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Congratulations to our 2017 Chapter Champions!

Championship Flight
Debby Skip, Low Net
First Flight
Cathy Ayoob, Low Net & Sandy Loys, Low Gross
Second Flight
Colleen West, Low Net & Jacqueline Peterson, Low Gross
Third Flight
Kim Moran, Low Net & Denise Ryan, Low Gross
Scramble Team Place 1
Janet Raffetto, Elizabeth Mengel, Margaret Hardin, Karen Griffin
Scramble Team Place 2
Renee Higgs, Deborah Andrew, Gisele Mohler, Diane Bird


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Chapter President:  Jean Tate
Member Services Director:  Deb Schuchart
Member Recruitment Director:  Tish Hess
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  • After another 10-month spell away and a fourth back operation in three years, Tiger Woods is “pain free” and could be back playing competitively as early as next week. Woods, who has not played competitive golf for 10 months as he recovers from a fourth operation on his back in three years, will be making his comeback next week at his own tournament in Albany, Bahamas.
  • (CNN)It's hard to imagine any of today's top professional golfers hunkered in a workshop making their own golf clubs. Rewind a couple of decades though and that's exactly what former world no.1 Greg Norman used to do, before he headed out to compete on the PGA Tour. "I used to hand make all my equipment, assemble my shafts, weigh up my grips, get the spine angles of my shafts exactly the same for every iron shot so you get absolute consistency with performance of your shaft," the 62-year-old Norman told CNN Sport over the phone earlier this month from his office in West Palm Beach, Florida. With that in mind, you can perhaps understand why Norman was baffled by the recent revelation that US Ryder Cup star Patrick Reed had failed to notice he'd been playing with the wrong club set-up.
  • The Notre Dame Fighting Irish have one game left in the 2017 regular season, and it’s a trip to the ridiculously crappy field in Palo Alto against the Stanford Cardinal. IT’S THE BATTLE FOR THE LEGENDS TROPHY! Yes, it’s a real thing that exists despite the super secret nature of the hardware (a common theme for Irish trophies). Notre Dame hasn’t won at Stanford since the infamous 2007 season. That’s a DECADE for people as wound as tight as I am right now. You can put all the games in the Brian Kelly era aside, and place this matchup in the group called “ONE OF THE BIGGEST IN HIS CAREER.” It’s definitely true. A win on Saturday not only casts away the demons of Palo Alto, it puts Notre Dame in