The Canadian Senior Women’s Championship concluded Friday prior to Labour Day in Woodstock, PEI with Kathy Ziglo leading the local contigent.
The Saskatoon Golf and Country Club member placed 14th at the championship hosted by the Mill River Golf Course from Aug. 30 to Sept. 1. Ziglo carded rounds of 80 and 83 to easily make the cut in the 54-hole event. She posted a final round score of 80 to finish at 27-over par.
Pauline McDougall of Prince Albert finished in 60th place in her first national event posting rounds of 85, 94, and 89 for a three-round total of 52-over par 268.
Also making the cut and playing all three days was Robin Acton of Lloydminster. The Saskatchewan Mae Balmos (60+) winner shot rounds of 88, 91, and 94 to leave her in a tie for 65th at 57-over par 273.
The trio made up Team Saskatchewan that competed in the 36-hole inter-provincial competition. The team placed seventh.
Jo-Anne Schiller of Lloydminster, Saskatoon’s Maureen Bowerman, and Bev Bellerose of Regina were also out in Prince Edward Island competing. Schiller shot 95 and 97, Bowerman carded rounds of 99 and 97, Bellerose posted a 102 and 99.
Mary-Ann Hayward won the event at 11-over par.