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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
Events & Activities Director:   Jacqui Peterson
Finance & Records Director:  Pam Buckley
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  • Luke List fired a 5-under 67 Friday to take a one-stroke lead after the second round of the CJ Cup, the first U.S. PGA Tour regular-season event in South Korea. List carded five birdies, including one on the par-5 18th, to move to 9 under. Lucas Glover offset a pair of bogeys with seven birdies for a 67 and is in a share of second with Scott Brown, who had a 70. A day after firing a 63 for a first-round lead, Justin Thomas carded a 74 to slip into a share of fourth with Cameron Smith (68) at 7 under. Jason Day also struggled with the conditions en route to a 74 to fall back to 24th at 2 under. Local favorite Seung Yul Noh carded five birdies and closed with an eagle for a 65.
  • People continually ask me how much I play golf and my answer has been “very little” for a long time. After quitting the regular tour in 2000, unless I had to participate at an outing, I didn’t play at all for about five years. Then in 2006, out of work and needing to make a living, I embarked on the PGA Tour Champions which lasted about five years until I quit again. Instead of being fun, the game had turned into a means to an end, an end which was quickly looking more and more like the Bellevue psych ward. Growing up, through college, mini tour years and into the beginning of my tour career, golf had been a game. Sure, to be honest, I probably enjoyed the competitive side of playing for money
  • A player committing a rules infraction? It happens. But a caddie doing so? Now that’s really unfortunate. George Bryan, the brother of PGA Tour winner Wesley Bryan and part of their famous Bryan Brothers trick-shot duo, is competing in the PGA Tour Latinoamerica’s Lexus Peru Open this week, and he’s not off to a great start. Bryan opened in 2-over 74 Thursday and is outside the top 100. It actually seemed it would be a good day when Bryan started the round 2 under through seven. But then he bogeyed No. 17 (he began his round at the 10th) and came down with a quadruple bogey at 18. That’s a rough way to go out in 3-over 39. Even worse? Part of that quad was due to caddie error. Bryan took to Twitter