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|Smith-Renner win Flag Day Tourney|
Sandra Smith and Sandy Renner shot 34s on the front and back nine to win the Ladies Flag Day Tournament earlier this month at Panola Woods.
Smith and Renner's 68 score was two strokes better than the team of Karen Carroll and Lorrie Guimbellot at 70.
Finishing third in the championship flight, also with a 70, was the team of Kay Renner and Beverly Knapp.
Also shooting 70s were Mary Edwards and Julia McKey, Grace Purvis and Wendy Kahn and Sandy Cannella and Cindy Leo.
Firing 72s were Cecil Evans and Dorothy Callaway and Dot Barron and Billie Ault.
Freddie Saterfield and Cindy Weems won the first flight with a 76. Florene Bonner and Faye Spell were second at 77, while Carol Robertson and Martha Masterson placed third with a 78.
Taking top honors in the second flight were Francis Kennedy and Rita Hawkins at 85. Patsy Jones and Delores Morgan were second, also at 85. Theresa Ford and L. McHann were third at 86.
Renner and Weems won closest to the hole, while Stacy LaPrairie and McHann won longest drives.
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