Birdie binge at Sunnydale Tuesday Ladies

Eleven golfers get their name added to the 'Birdie Book'

On our first Tuesday in June, almost one quarter of the Sunnydale Tuesday Ladies Club recorded one or more birdies on a wide variety of holes. Congratulations to all 11 women who got to record their names in the “Birdie Book”.

Good scores were recorded by a lot of the members as the course is in terrific shape thanks to a couple of weeks of sunshine and the hard work of the grounds crew. The Ladies simply seem to golf better when the sun is shining.

Low gross winner for the second week in a row was Carolyn Walker (86), followed by Pat Peden (87), Teri Sleigh (93)and Linda Lee Root (94). Trish Heyland and Lys McCrone tied with a score of 96.

Low net winner was Fran Gibson (68). Fran also had the lowest number of putts – 24. Becky Kenner was net 69, Sharon Littler 71, Lorna Fowler 73 and Lucille Campbell 74.

Andrea McInnes recorded the longest putt on #9, while Trish Heyland had KP on #15 and 2nd shot low handicap on #5. Magge Miller won a sleeve of balls from Rob Speer Pro Shop for the KP #10. Lorna Fowler won the 2nd shot 25+ handicap on #5 and Darlene Clark won the 2nd shot 25+ handicap #17.

Tuesday was also the Club Team Championship Qualifying round. Joan Brown, Vicki Bombini and Charlene Cebryk will be representing Sunnydale Golf Club this coming Monday at the Zone 6 Club Team Championship at Myrtle Point in Powell River.

In the nine-hole division, Louise Smiley was the overall winner with the low gross score and a chip-in and par on #1 and #6. Coral Tanner recorded the lowest number of putts.

– Sunnydale Ladies Golf

 

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