Comox Valley ladies golf results

Weekly recap from local clubs

Sunnydale Ladies Club played a two-day match play tournament with Comox Ladies Club for the coveted ‘Goode Cup’ trophy.

Goode Cup

Sunnydale Ladies Club played a two-day match play tournament with Comox Ladies Club for the coveted ‘Goode Cup’ trophy. First round played at Comox golf course with Comox being up 2 points. Second round played at Sunnydale on July 4, where Sunnydale took back the cup with a final score of 30-18. This Cup was first played for in 1941.

Comox Ladies

Twenty three ladies played 18 holes July 2 at the Comox Golf Club.

Low gross – Lorelei Banford, 87

Low net – Jean Kirby, 66

Fewest putts – Grace Coulter, 30

Longest putt 3/12 – Stephanie Moulton

Longest putt 8/17 – Linda Verdenhalven

Chip-ins by Louise Luster and Phyllis Taylor

• 34 ladies played nine holes Thursday, July 4 at Comox Golf Club.

Low gross – Nancy Riva, 41

Low net – Mary Buchanan, 31

Fewest putts – Buchanan, Riva and Ann Feran

Longest putt, No. 3 – Sue Piper

Longest putt, No. 8 – Tammy Brunin

Chip-in: Donna Ehrmantraut

Crown Isle ladies

Results for July 2 Stableford Competition at Crown Isle:

Placing first was Judy Aldcroft with 44 par points.

Jennifer Turner, Rosemary Smith and Sandra Morton tied for second with 42 par points.

Third place went to Mary Payne with 41 par points, Margaret Forgeron was fourth with 40 par points.

Closest to the pin on #7: Raelene Robertson and Forgeron

Closest to the pin on #16: Daneen Karch and Payne

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