By Leslie Stirling
Wow…a whole aftrnoon and evening with NO rain. Even better was the fact that there were no mosqitoes. June 3, saw 44 ladies had a lovely time and some of them took home prizes to boot. I was just happy to be back after being absent last week because of a rotten spring cold. Thanks to Grace Baker for helping Deb in my absence.
Winners in Flight 1 sponsored by Interior Savings Credit Union were Carol Hindle (low gross) with a score of 41 and Karen Peterson (low net of 32.5) with a score of 45. Karen’s first outing of the season was quite amazing. She filled her purse with the birdie pot, KP on Hole 4 (Campbell & Co.), KP on Hole 6 (EBL Ventures) and KP in 2 on Hole 7 (Val Bella Stuios). Carol was also a multiple winner taking home the Estylo Hair Design prize for long putt on Hole 2 and the Interior Savngs Credit Union prize for least number of putts (14).
Flight 2 was sponsored by Ron Wallace Trucking. The low gross winner was Fiona Clare with a 51 and low net winner was Cathy Thirault with a 51 (33.5). Flight 3 low gross winner Sandy LeBordais. Sandy also picked up th Crystlee’s Hair Design prize for long drive in 2 on Hole 1. Val Williams picked up two prizes: long drive in 2 on Hole 2 earned her the Pottery by Ramona glass and a KP on Hole 4 earned her the Carl’s Market Garden prize. Betty Baillie had a KP on 4 (Bondar Forest Planning) and a long putt on 9 (Barriere Timber Mart).
Single prizes went to Darlene Nickull (Country Store Antiques) for getting closest to the golfer on Hole 1; Babes Shanko (Knights Inn) for a long putt on Hole 2; Donna Salle (Rainer Custo Cutting) for long drive in 2 on Hole 5; Evelyn Lucas (Shais Designs) for a long drive on Hole 5; Vremy Kempter (Station House Restaurant) for a long putt on Hole 5; Susan Bondar (Stamer Logging) for a KP on Hole 6; Ilke Marais (AG Foods) for a long drive on Hole 8; Rose Seymour (Armour Mtn Office Services) for a long putt on Hole 8; Trudy Scarlett (Barriere A & W) for a long putt on Hole 9; and Marie Hakes (Barriere Massage) for a long drive on Hole 9. Betty Foote took home the Interior Savings Credit Union for the most use of the putter. Seven ladies send their thank yous along to Barb and Carman Smith for sponsoring “in the gully” on Hole 7.
Next week we play from the white tees with a few exceptions. If we played from all the white tees some of us would never get finished. See you there!