Another ace for Anne Sands at Crown Isle ladies golf

What a week for the Crown Isle ladies club. Congrats to Anne Sands who got another hole in one on #7.

The Tuesday ladies had lots of winners:

1st low gross Katy Macaulay, 2nd low gross Carol Ayley and Ev Shaw, 3rd low gross Rosemary Smith.

1st low net Brenda Barrigan, 2nd low net Liz Ellis, Diane Hardie, Anne Sands, Evie MacDonald and KT Thompson, 3rd  low net Margaret Forgeron, Donna Wilson and Charlene Foster

KPs: KT Thompson on #4, Marlene Horvath on #12.

Par 5s: Liz Ellis, Linda Stickney and Brenda Barrigan.

Birdies: Marilyn McCusker, Maggie MacLean, Wilma Malan, KT Thompson, Mathilde Schneider, and Judy Constantino.

Kudos to Rick and Linda Glanville, the couples’ champions for the Harold Stevens Trophy.

Lots of the CI ladies were busy golfing in tournaments on the Island. Congrats to Dee Horie and Judy Pouliot who placed in the net and gross prizes at the QF Qualicum Memorial Senior Ladies’ Tournament. Congrats to  Pat Johnson who was drawn for a free entry next year and had a KP and won a skin for her birdie on the same hole.

Though the much-needed rain fell on the Royal LePage Ladies’ Tillicum, our CI ladies were not daunted. Kudos to gross winners Raelene Robertson and May Mitchell, Katy Macaulay and Val Dingwall and Ev Shaw and Judy Pouliot, who also won a KP  and net winners, Judy Aldcroft and Jan MacFarlane and Anne Sands and Janet Phillips.

The Aug. 26 Nine and Wine is sold out. Don’t forget to wear your blingiest outfit for the theme Swing With Bling. Our season finale is on Friday, Oct. 2 with a 4 p.m. shotgun, benefitting Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

Wear and think pink! Four-person scramble (sign up as a team or individual) includes nine holes of golf, tee gift, dinner, wine, prizes and $5,000 hole in one on each nine.

Register now at the pro shop at 250-703-5029 or rod@crownisle.ca. Open to everyone so please mark your calendar for this special event.

 

– Crown Isle Ladies Golf

 

 

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