Larry Joubert and Susan Berry knocked the ball into the cup to pace the NW La. District Senior Olympics Chipping and Putting competition at The Practice Tee Sunday (April 22).
Joubert rolled in a six-footer among his four putts, each from a different distance and with different degrees of difficulty to the roll. Berry’s perfect chip was from 22 feet and from off the green above the hole. Medals were determined by the total distance away from the cup of the four tries each contestant had (low figure best). Joubert’s putting total was 6.1 feet; Berry’s chipping total was 16.8.
Sissie Schroeder was second overall with an 8.5 foot total in putting. Steve Pinkley was second in chipping with a total of 30.5 feet.
Chipping distances were 12, 14, 22 and 20 feet; putting distances were six, 14, 16 and 26 feet.
FEMALE–60-64: Sussie Schroeder Gold, Beth Porter Silver. 65-69: Susan Berry Gold, Darlene Stone Silver.
MALE–65-67: Larry Joubert Gold, Steve Pinkley Silver, Joal McKenzie Silver. 75-79: Jerry Warren Gold, Gary Price Silver, Les Brosset Bronze.
FEMALE–60-64: Beth Porter Gold, Sussie Schroeder Silver. 65-69: Susan Berry Gold, Darlene Stone Silver.
MALE–65-67: Steve Pinkley Gold, Joel McKenzie Silver. 75-79: Jerry Warren Gold, Gary Price Silver, Les Brosset Bronze.