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Sunnydale Ladies play Team Net Scores

THE SUNNYDALE LADIES dressed in red to honour the three fallen RCMP members in Moncton.  - PHOTO SUBMITTED
THE SUNNYDALE LADIES dressed in red to honour the three fallen RCMP members in Moncton.
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Sunnydale Ladies had a good turnout of 43 golfers for their Team Net Scores fun tournament on Tuesday, June 10.

Joan Rallison had a great day on the course with a very low gross score of 79. Her team assumed they would be a shoo-in to win the day, however a team of three picked Joan’s name for their fourth member which made Lys McCrone, Anna Butler, Patricia Lowe and Joan Rallison overall winners with a net team score of 52.

Runners-up were Rita Dalby, Chris Annand, Darlene Clark and Joan Rallison (again!) with 54. In third place was Sharon Littler, Barb Dixson, Kathie Reid and Jane Grant with 56.

Rita Dalby won the Longest Putt on #9 and Vicki Bombini won the KP on #10 (prize by  Rob Speer Pro Shop).

Other notables were Kathie Reid and Fran Gibson who both were awarded Break 90 Pins. Barb Dixson received a Chip-In Pin for hole #1 and Maylene Friesen won a Birdie Pin for hole #7.

Thanks to all those “Ladies in Red” for donning red clothing in honour of the fallen Moncton RCMP members.

There is still time to get in on the Early Bird Draw for a free entry into this year’s 2 Member Best Ball Ladies Tillicum on Aug. 24 and Horse Race on Aug. 23. Enquire at the Pro Shop 250-334-3232.

– Sunnydale Ladies Golf

 

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