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Scorers kept busy during Sunnydale Ladies round

Forty Sunnydale Ladies enjoyed another fabulous day on their beautiful golf course on June 17.

There were winners for low gross on the front 9 and back 9, plus winners for low net on the front 9 and back 9. The scorers had quite a time calculating all those numbers.

In the end the first low gross winners were: Kathie Reid on the front with 43 and Pat Peden on the back with 41. The first low net winners are: Maylene Friesen on the front with 32.5 and on the back, Doris Squire with 33. Doris got her first hole in one yesterday. She was on #15 and hit the ball on to the green and it rolled right in the hole.

The lowest number of putts was Becky Kenner with 27. Andrea McInnes won the longest putt on #9. KP on #10 sponsored by Rob Speer Pro Shop was won by Barb Dixon. KP on #15, Marlene Gerrie, KP on #5, 2nd shot: 0-24 hdc. was Fran Gibson and 25 and over hdc. was Sandra Galloway. KP on #17, 2nd shot, 25 and over hdc. was Rona Lawson. Mos Ross won the coveted towel donated by Earl Costello of Royal LePage Comox Valley.

The 9-hole ladies also played this morning: Trudi Garratt was low gross winner with a par on #5.  Coral Tanner and louise Smiley tied for low net. Gertie Wesley made par on #3 and tied Louise Smiley for low putts.

The 9-hole ladies scores from last week were: Coral Tanner low gross,  Ardene Larison lowest putts, Louise Hotsenpiller par on #10 and Trudi Garratt par on #11.

The Ladies Tillicum is Saturday, Aug. 9. Early bird entry closes on June 30 so get your entry in.

– Sunnydale Ladies Club

 

 

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