Members of the Payson Women's Golf Association clashed in a "Blind 9" tournament Thursday on the local course.
According to PWGA member Joyce Karnes, the intriguing tournament title meant the competitors played the tournament without knowing which nine holes would be calculated to determine the final standings.
When the nine holes were chosen and the results were turned in, long-time PWGA member Marge Landra, a frequent club champion, took A flight honors with a 31. Landra also pocketed closest-to-the-pin prize money on hole 14 where she swatted to within 14 feet, 5 inches of the cup.
In B flight, Shirley Smith was crowned champion with a 33.
Glenda Cook's tally of 36.5 was good enough to earn her C flight accolades.
By tallying a 33 in D flight, Joan Johnson finished first.
On the scoreboard
April 6: Low Net: 1st, Pearl Mandry; 2nd, Fran Strumpfer; third, Rose DeVar
April 13: Odd Holes 1/2 Handicap: 1st, Fran Strumpfer; 2nd, Norma Fallers, 3rd, Julie Lynch
April 20: Fewest Putts: tie 1st, Rose DeVar and Pat Marwell
April 27: Low Net: 1st, Pat Marwell; tie 2nd, Norma Fallers and Pearl Mandry; 3rd, Rose DeVar
May 4: Even Holes 1/2 Handicap, 1st, Pam Mitchell; tie 2nd, Pearl Mondry and Fran Strumpfer
May 11: Low Net: 1st, Rubie Billerbeck; 2nd, Norma Fallers; tie 3rd, Greta Berry and Pam Mitchell
May 18: Best 6 Holes 1/2 Handicap: tie 1st, Rose DeVar, Pat Marwell; tie 2nd, Jane Pattersen and Pearl Mandry; tie 3rd, Pam Mitchell and Fran Strumpfer
May 25: Closest to Pin: 1st, Joleen Matyck; 2nd, Fran Staumpfer; 3rd, Dorothy Hardmon