Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 16, 1974 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, June 16, 1974
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NorthwMt Arkansas TIMES, Sun., Jim. 16, 1*74 FAVITTIVILLE, A R K A N S A S Golfers Hold Tournament By JANI NOGGLE TIMES Staff Writer Sixty-two women, sporting dark tans and a bright assortment of clothes, invaded the Country Club golf course Wednesday for Fayetteville's Women Invitational Golf Tournament. A number of men, hanging around the pro shop, expressed disappointment at having to wait for the women before teeing off, but none of them decided to tangle with the members of the Northwest Arkansas Women's Golf Association. The women golfer's schedule started with a coffee followed by 18 holes of golf, punch, a luncheon and prize presentation at the Clubhouse. Fayetteyille women golfers were hostesses of the event with 25 members of the local women's ' golf association playing in the tournament according to their president,' Mrs. Mary Schlegel. Visiting women golfers, who enjoyed the day of playing their favorite game and visiting with friends, were from Bella Vista, Rogers, Springdale, Siloam Springs, Fort Smith, Van Buren and Greenwood. Taking top honors in the tournament were: championship flight -- Mrs. Nancy Huppert of Fayetteville, first; Mrs. Frances Butt of Fayetteville, second and Mrs. Sally Camfield of Springdale, low- number of putts. First flight winners -- Mrs. Mary McQuain of Fort Smith, first; Mrs. Polly Bell of Bella Vista, second and Mrs. Sally Camfiel dof Springdale, lowest number of putts. Second flight -- Mrs. Bettie Thomas of Fayetteville, first; Mrs. Ida Garnet of Fort Smith, second and Mrs. Madeline Rose of Fayetteville with lowest putts. Third flight -- Mrs. Mo Jackson of Fayetteville, first; Mrs. Sara Reynolds of Fayetteville, second and Mrs. Erma Sweecten of Alma with low-, est number of putts. Fourth flight -- Mrs. Gloria Sanders of Fayetteville, first; Mrs. Betty Pussche of Fort Smith, second and Mrs. Olive Echman of Fayetteville with the lowest number of putts. Tournament Flight Winners ... Nancy Huppert and Marty McQuain, seated, and Gloria Sanders, Mo Jackson and Bettie Thomas, standing, left to right (TIWESphoto« by Bay Gray) On Way To Tee ...Mrs. Srygley and Mrs. McNair, left-right, first cart, and Mrs. Ray and Mrs. Rose, left-right, back cart In The Rough 1/lrt. Garnett druggies to get ker b all out oj the rough Reading The Greens . Mrs. Lewis, standing, helps Airs. Tatmon line up her putt Caught In Trap . Mrs. Ray blasts out of the sand trap

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