Crown Isle Ladies Club Champion Carol Ayley receives the trophy and golf bag from Rod Prieto (director of golf) and Kathy Thompson (Ladies’ Captain). Carol came in with the lowest gross score of 174 in the two-day event.

Ayley captures Crown Isle championship

Carol Ayley won the 2019 Crown Isle Ladies Club Championship with a two-day, low gross score of 174.

Charlene Foster was low net champion with 134.

Thirty-three ladies took part in the event, Aug. 19 and 20. Money went to first- and second-place winners in three flights. Countbacks were used to determine placement of tied scores.

Flight A winners:

first low gross, Dee Horie, 176; second low gross, Sheila VanGisbergen and Sue Fulkerth, 176

first low net, Katy Macaulay, 144; second low net, Sook Lee, 145

Flight B winners:

first low gross, Rosemary Smith, 176; second low gross, Jacquie Hooper, 176

first low net, Gwen Rypien, 139; second low net, Pat Johnson, 141

Flight C winners:

first low gross, Judy Aldcroft, 202; second low gross, Julie Tuepah, 202

first low net, Barb Parker, 148; second low net, Joanne Meyer, 150

•On Aug. 27, 42 Crown Isle ladies took part in the last pin day of the season.

Low Gross Winners:

1st Jan Bain 86

2nd May Mitchell 88

3rd Raelene Robertson and Marsha Mackinnon tied with 89

4th Macaulay 92

Low Net Winners:

1st Ayley 67

2nd Tuepah 68

3rd Linda Stickney 71

4th Jacquie Hooper, Judy Aldcroft, Sheila Potts, Barb Parker, Donna LeClair, Leslie Degagne and Gwen Rypien tied with a net score of 73

KPs (0-19hcp) Macaulay # 7 & # 16

KPs ( 20 +) Barb Parker # 7 Leslie Degagne #16

Fewest Putts: Hooper 28

Comox Golf Club

Tuesday, Aug. 27 had 24 ladies.

First low gross: Nancy Riva and Janice Nicklin tied with 90

First low net: Grace Coulter and Sara Smith tied with 71

Fewest # putts: Coulter 27

Longest putt #3/12: Jean Kirby

Longest putt #8/17: Sue Piper

Chip ins: Coulter, Pat Everett, Sharon Crowe, and Diane Hodges

Thursday, Aug. 29, nine holes off the red:

First low gross: Jan Dafoe 42

First low net: Pat Schmidt 33

Fewest #putts: Kin Pierce. 14

Longest putt #3 hole: Dianne Hing.

Longest putt #8 hole: Stefanie Moulten

Chip ins: Kirby, Piper and Trish Stockand

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