Beautiful day for Comox Ladies Golf

Tuesday, July 8 game was "throw out your four worst holes"




On July 8, 29 ladies enjoyed a beautiful sunny day at the Comox Golf Club Ladies Day. The game of the day was “throw out your four worst holes.”

There was a tie for low gross with Amber Dufour and Grace Coulter  with 63. Third was Suzy Venuta 64 and fourth was Nancy Newton 66. Low net was won by Marg Walker 36 and tied for second was Mary Suchla and Pat Belanger with 37. Fourth was Edith Albrecht 41.

Closest to the bucket Edith Albrecht. KPs were won by Amber Dufour on #4/#13, Grace Coulter #5/#14, Pat Schmidt #7/#16, Pat Belanger #9/#18 and the longest putt was won by Marg Kelly.

Another beautiful evening on Thursday was attended by 32 ladies. Low gross with 39 was Jan Dafoe. Karen Vanetta won low net with 30. There was a tie for second low gross with Judy McMartin and Suzy Venuta with a 42. Second low net was won by Marg Siddall with 31. Karen Vanetta won low putts with 13. Long putts were won by Joan Lord and Patti Harris.

Sponsored prizes were won by: Longest drive 0-23 Sandi Tufnail; Longest drive 24+ Marg Siddall; KP 0-23- Karen Vanetta; second shot KP on #18-Norma Leakey; third shot KP on #13- Jan Dafoe; Draw for Trees hit- Norma Leakey (8) and honorable mention to Mary Buchanan (7); Sand draw was won by Joan Baudais. The draw for our guests, a free round of golf on Thursday night was Judy McMartin.

We especially would like to thank our hole sponsors for Tuesday and Thursday. It is important to shop locally and tell these people how much we appreciate their involvement in our community: Thrifty’s, Arizona Gifts, Kathy Branch Hairstyling, Gibby’s Pro Shop, The Tee Box Restaurant, Chinook Forest Products, Bulk Barn, Panago Pizza, Playtime Gaming, Mid Island Gifts and Looneyrama (Comox Mall).


– Comox Ladies Golf



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