A busy Tuesday for Crown Isle ladies

On a Tuesday with frost delay, blue skies, rain sprinkles and Snowbirds flying overhead, our Crown Isle ladies’ club needed only three clubs and a putter to play golf on the magnificent Crown Isle golf course. Everyone with three or more putts fed the piggy.

According to our pro Rod Prieto, winter rules are still in effect. You can lift, clean and  place and treat the bunkers as ground under repair until May 1.

The winners: 1st low gross Judy Pouillot 85, 2nd low gross Ev Shaw 88, 1st low net Val Dingwall 73, 2nd low net Janet Phillips and Jean Wharton 74.

Birdies: Val Dingwall, Sheila Van Gisbergen, Judy Pouillot and Ev Shaw. KPs: Sheila Van Gisbergen and Ev Shaw. Par 5s: Judy Aldcroft (our illustrious leader) and Jean Wharton (our competent stats recorder).

With Crown Isle installing new software, Rod has asked all CI members to email him your name, address, phone number and email address to rod@crownisle.ca

Three reminders for the Crown Iisle ladies: April 21 is the CI luncheon and general meeting after golf.  Please sign up on the CI website, Arrowsmith Field Day in Qualicum is April 30 and the first Nine and Wine “Spring into Golf” is May 27 – golf, appys, wine, prizes and lots of fun.

CI Sunday Couples starts May 3 with tee times starting at 12 noon. Sign up at the pro shop. On May 31 the first Couples fun tournament will include golf, dinner and prizes.  Many thanks to the Roulstons for organizing these events.

 

– Crown Isle Ladies Golf

 

 

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