Daily Herald Staff
The good news is thatPrince Albertgolfers won their opening matches on Tuesday at the Conexus Ladies Lobstick atWaskesiuLake.
The bad news is they face each other today in Championship Flight quarter-final action.
Arlene Segin got past three-time provincial senior champion Lori Boyle fromMoose Jawwhile Pauline McDougall defeated Anne Kirkland fromSaskatoon.
Former Prince Albert resident Kim Brown, who now callsSaskatoonhome, also advanced to the final eight as she beat Sherry Anderson of Delisle and she will now meet Krista Daniels fromPrince Albert, who won over Cheryl Duggan ofSaskatoon.
Other quarter-final matches today will have Lori Salahub from Flin Flon meeting Dana Kidd fromSaskatoonwhile Kathy Ziglo ofSaskatoontakes on Abra Thompson from Canwood.
Salahub, last year‚Äôs runner-up and the low qualifier this year, defeated Deanna Klusa of North Battleford on Tuesday, Kidd beat Carole Spanks of Saskatoon, Ziglo got past Keely Reibling fromReginaand Thompson outlasted Beth Davis fromSaskatoon.
The losers of all Championship Flight matches on Tuesday now drop down to the consolation side of the event and the matches today will be: Klusa vs. Spanks; Boyle vs.Kirkland; Anderson vs. Duggan; Reibling vs.Davis.
Match play in all other flights also started on Tuesday and will continue until Friday when finals in all flights will be held at the Waskesiu Lake Golf Course.