(Above) Overall low gross winners Julie Williams and Beth Wrigley

Washington-Idaho team wins Creston Golf Club’s Iron Maiden

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Twenty two-woman teams from Creston, Cranbrook and the U.S.A. competed in the 2015 Iron Maiden Ladies Golf Tournament held Oct. 13 at the Creston Golf Club.

The American team of Julie Williams (Bonners Ferry, Idaho) and Beth Wrigley (Spokane, Wash.) was the overall low gross winner for the second year, and the overall low net winner was the Creston team of May Johnson and Thelma Beck.

The KP winners were Leslie Weaver (No. 4), Yvonne Larsen (No. 6), Lenora VanderWeyde (No. 10) and Donna Bussi (No. 13), with Debbie McInnis making the longest putt on the ninth hole.

—CRESTON GOLF CLUB

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