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2017 EWGA Championship Finals

Great fun and great friends at EWGA Championship Finals.
From left, Pam Frisby, Marilyn Morfitt, April Okazaki (who placed 2nd in 4th Flight), Deb Dalenberg, Patti Koffel and Leslie Roberts. 

Portland brings home 2nd-Place trophy

Playing in humid, heavy air and tricky grass that we aren't used to, Portland EWGA players still had a blast and brought back a trophy, stories to last a lifetime and the resolve to compete next year in the EWGA Championship Finals. April Okazaki placed second in the 4th flight, while Deb Dalenberg just missed the Top 10 in 2nd Flight low gross and our Scramble Team of Pam Frisby, Marilyn Morfitt, Patti Koffel and Leslie Roberts beat nearly half of the other teams at Hot Springs Village, Ark. Congrats to everyone! Click here for complete scores. For more photos, click here.   



EWGA-PDX team wins division in OGA-Women's Interclub Play. From left: Janet Orzechowski, Holly Danks, Ann Chapman, Nancy DeLand, Suzy Off, Lindsay Braukman Marshall and Dori Hamilton.

Portland team takes first in division

EWGA-PDX won its division in season-long OGA Women's Interclub Play (WIP), scoring the most points after five matches. We placed second in the overall WIP Championship, playing at Arrowhead Golf Club against the winners of the two other divisions. For complete results, click here. 

2017 Pacific NW Semifinals

Hurray! Cheer for our winning Scramble Team of Pam Frisby, Marilyn Morfitt, Patti Koffel and Leslie Roberts, photobombed here by Karla Harding of the EWGA Tournament Committee. 

Portland rocks Palouse Ridge

Portland sent a huge team of ​16 to the Pacific Northwest Semifinals in Pullman, Wash., and more than half came home with trophies after great play Aug. 26 on a hilly, challenging Palouse Ridge Golf Course. April Okazaki didn't let her game go sideways – not easy to do when there are no level lies! –  and earned low net of the field with a 64, shooting a 102 to take first low gross in the 4th Flight. Deb Dalenberg is advancing with first low net (68) in the 2nd Flight, after shooting a 90 gross. Playing together at Palouse for the first time in competition, one of our Scramble Teams took first with a gross 68/net 66 after a scorecard playoff with one of the Seattle teams. Headed to Hot Springs, Ark., for the Oct. 6-7 EWGA Championship Finals are Pam Frisby, Patti Koffel, Marilyn Morfitt and Leslie Roberts. The Piper Team didn't win this year, but Jen Piper did make off with $355 in the 50-50 drawing! Click here to see all the results. To see more photos of and by Portland players, click here. For a recap and photos from all Pacific Northwest Chapters at Palouse, click here. 



Esther Moe greets Janet Orzechowski on the practice range
before the Chapter Championship, a great time to see old friends.

Hot day, sizzling scores

​Twenty-four players braved the heat and long, challenging course at Camas Meadows Golf Club on July 22 in the annual Chapter Championship. Pictured in the banner photos above are the winning scramble teams and the champions of the field  Team Piper: Esther Moe, Beverly Howard, Cyndi Farrell and Jen Piper; Low Gross Champion Terrie Marshall; Low Net Champion Pam Frisby; and Team Scott: Patti Koffel, Marilyn Morfitt, Leslie Roberts and Jodenne Scott. Stroke play winners are: Robin Dea and Elizabeth LeMay (Championship Flight); Terrie Marshall and Suzy Off (1st Flight); Pam Frisby and Janet Orzechowski (2nd Flight); Denise Balsiger and Linda Clark (3rd Flight) and Mary Gilbert and April Okazaki (4th Flight). Congrats to them and all who played in the local leg of what is the world's largest tournament for amateur women golfers. The top gross and net winners in each flight are eligible to compete in the EWGA Championship Semifinals Aug. 26 at the Palouse Ridge Golf Club in Pullman, Wash. Click here for photos. Click here for complete results.


Can't wait for next get-together!

It's not too early to start asking, "Where's the Fairway?" for the next visit by our EWGA friends from Seattle. They were wowed on a sunny, warm weekend in July by our Pumpkin Ridge, Tri-Mountain and TopGolf. And our hospitality, of course!


No mystery that trip full of excitement & smiles

Orchard Hills Golf & Country Club in Washougal, Wash., was this year's destination. Terrie Marshall and her helpers were good at keeping it secret – only two players guessed where we were going. Save the end of June for next year's Mystery Trip – a full bus of 52 riders made it our first sell-out of 2017 and one of our more popular events.


Kickoff scores! 13 join, 3 rejoin & events start filling!

Our 2017 Kickoff at Eastmoreland Golf Course was a winning way to start the season! Nearly 100 members and guests attended, with 13 joining on the spot and three former members rejoining.

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New member Patricia Grennan won the drawing for a free Classic membership.

Eleven attendees went home with prize baskets full of golf, wine and food, with the basket tickets bringing in $389 for your Portland Chapter to spend on events. Two attendees won clubs.

Donna Gray, our finance director, fittingly won the 50-50 cash pot.

Karen Bolin, Danielle Tollefson and Pia Meyer were the top three bidders to play with our guest speaker Jean Bartholomew, who teaches at PGA National in Florida and continues to play in LPGA and Legends events.

Including money from the top bidders and the 50-50 drawing, we were able to donate $600 to The First Tee of Greater Portland.

Thanks to all of the volunteers, Jean, Eastmoreland, and the golf courses and businesses that donated prizes. We couldn't do it without you!

Click here to see photos from the Kickoff, plus the Clinic and Scramble that followed.

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On the banner above, the photo at left is from our special trip last November to Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, with the wind and cold not mattering to Scooby Budeau, Janet Orzechowski, Cherie Maas-Anderson and June Traschel Hall. In the photo at right, Joni Shimabukuro, Donna Gray, Sheila Close and Pat Grennan (front to back) celebrate that the entire foursome got onto the dastardly elevated No. 6 green at Langdon Farms with their tee shots during the 2017 Year-End event.



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