Crown Isle Ladies play Criss Cross

Can't play 18 holes without blowing up on some of the holes? Then Criss Cross is the game for you – take your best net and gross scores from holes 1 and 10, 2 and 11, 3 and 12 and so on to make your best net and gross  9-hole scores.

The winners were: 1st low gross Rosemary Smith and May Mitchell 38, 2nd low gross Carol Ayley 39: 1st low net KT Thompson (new member), 2nd low net Rae Siebert (new member). KPs: Marsha MacKinnon #12 and KT Thompson #4. Par 5 Linda Stickney. Birdies were a dime a dozen.

We also put money in the pot to support junior golf to see if anyone could Beat The Champ (2013 Junior champion for Zone 6 - gross 68)  Not one Crown Isle lady could beat the champ (net 67 or better) on Tuesday. Fortunately, junior golf was the  winner.

Many of our Crown Isle ladies were treated to fun, food and prizes at a great golf tournament last Saturday at Glacier Greens. Good luck to all the ladies going to the Port Alberni Field Day on Saturday.

The Nine and Wine ladies' night on June 25 is sold out. There is a waiting list if you want to add your name.  Mark your calendars for the next ones: July 30, Aug. 27 and Sept. 10.

The Crown Isle Ladies' Field Day is July 8. Sign-up sheet is in the locker room. Remember the theme is Honour Your Captain. Ladies in other clubs, bring your lady captain who gets to golf free.


– Crown Isle Ladies Golf



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