Peace Portal’s Pultz wins low gross championship

Tatham posts low net score at 39th annual Ledgeview Ladies Amateur tournament

Abbotsford’s Val Haslam putts away on the 10th hole at the 39th annual Ledgeview Ladies Amateur on Sunday.

Abbotsford’s Val Haslam putts away on the 10th hole at the 39th annual Ledgeview Ladies Amateur on Sunday.

The 39th annual Ledgeview Ladies Amateur golf tournament was held on Saturday and Sunday at Abbotsford’s Ledgeview Golf course with 79 lady amateur golfers competing from across the province.

The low gross champion was repeat winner Karen Pultz from Peace Portal Golf Course with a two-day score of 147 (74, 73).

The low net champion was Barb Tatham of Maple Ridge with a net total of 134 (65, 69). Tatham also happened to be one of three lucky winners from last year’s free entry draw.

First low gross was Val Haslam of Ledgeview Golf Club with a two-day total of 154, and the first low net winner was Romy Loewen of Bellingham Golf and Country Club with a two-day total of 136.

Another big winner at the event was the Abbotsford Hospice Society, which received a total of $1,285 through money raised at the event.

Tournaments continue at Ledgeview in August, with the men’s and junior club championships occurring on Thursday.

Later this month, the Filipino Golf Association hosts a tournament at the course on Aug. 20, with the Lower Mainland Ladies tournament coming to town on Aug. 21.

The month closes off with the senior men and ladies club championship event on Aug. 27.

For more information on the events, visit ledgeviewgolf.com.

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