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Oak Harbor golfers compete in WSGA Winter Series

Miyuki Martines is one of four Oak Harbor golfers who competed in the WSGA Winter Series this year. - Jim Waller / Whidbey News-Times
Miyuki Martines is one of four Oak Harbor golfers who competed in the WSGA Winter Series this year.
— image credit: Jim Waller / Whidbey News-Times

Four Oak Harbor golfers put in strong showings in the Washington State Golfers Association Winter Series.

The series featured four matches, one each month January through April.

In other golf action, Oak Harbor's Sue Sapp teamed with Mount Vernon's Lavonne Klinefelter to post the best flight 3 net score at the Washington State Golfers Association Women's Best Ball Championships at Meridian Valley in Kent May 5 and 6.

The pair tied for first with a 135.

In the Winter Series women's division, Jerry Crabtree finished fourth out of 34 in overall points with 275. Miyuki Martines was ninth with 165 points.

In the men's division, Thomas Chambers tied for 18th out of 302 golfers and Wayne Dorrenbacher finished tied for 57th.

The series opened at Meridian Valley Jan. 24 and was played under the Stableford scoring system.

Martines finished tied for fifth and Crabtree 12th (third in net).

In men's flight 3, Chambers was fourth and Dorrenbacher 14th.

Next was a two-person scramble at the RMG Club at Oakbrook in Lakewood Feb. 28.

Martines and Crabtree placed sixth.

Chambers and Dorrenbacher finished 21st (tied for 13th in net).

March 14 at the Gold Mountain Golf Course in Bremerton, the tournament format was individual stroke play.

Martines shot 85 and finished fourth in flight 1. Crabtree carded a 104 and was second (first in net) in flight 2.

Chambers won men's flight 4 with an 86; Dorrenbacher placed 17th at 109.

The series concluded April 18 at the White Horse Golf Course in Kingston with a two-person, four-ball (best ball) tournament.

Crabtree teamed with Sapp and finished seventh (fourth in net).

Chambers and Dorrenbacher combined to place 10th.

 

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