Birdies fly at Crown Isle ladies Pin Day

It is a wee bit scary how rapidly the 2011 season is passing by. Tuesday, Aug. 2 was the fourth Pin Day in a series of six for the Crown Isle Ladies golf club, with the low net winner from each of the six being eligible for RCGA, BCGA and Zone awards.

 

 

 

It is a wee bit scary how rapidly the 2011 season is passing by.  Tuesday, Aug. 2 was the fourth Pin Day in a series of six for the Crown Isle Ladies golf club, with the low net winner from each of the six being eligible for RCGA, BCGA and Zone awards.

This day’s low net went to Brenda Barrigan for her 68, while Helen Flynn and Katy Macaulay tied for second at 69.  Jenny Steel had the low gross of 79 and Marilyn McCusker was second with 81. Val Dingwall and Gillian Kirkpatrick tied for low putts with with just 29 while Brenda Barrigan was second with 30.

KPs went to Jenny Steel on #4 and Katy Macaulay on #12. There was a flock of birdies: Brenda Barrigan #16, Val Dingwall #14, Shirley Ketter #18, May Mitchell #11 and #13, Mathilde Schneider #11, Eveline Shaw #17, Jenny Steel #4, #8 and #10.

Once again Barb Guthrie was on hand providing much-appreciated refreshments to the women coming off the 16th green. All in all, it was a great start to the month of August and congratulations to all those who participated.

 

 

 

Good day

Good weather and good scores made for good golf on July 30 when 106 Glacier Greens Saturday men’s players hit off the blue/white tees.

Hcp. 0-11: Low gross James Dickson 68, Randy Robinson 72  c/b,  Barrie Norris 72. Low net Don Buchan 68 c/b, Nick Stolarchuk 68, Steve Peters  69 c/b. Snips: #1 Don Buchan, #2 (eagle) James Dickson, #4 (POG) Steve Blacklock, #13 Rob Borland.

Hcp. 12-16: Low gross Al Murray 78, Wayne Ogilvie 81 c/b, Jim Dodd 81 c/b. Low net Chuck Brown 65, Ron Morrison 68 c/b, Rudge Wilson 68 c/b. Snips: #3 Chuck Brown, #8 Warren Brandson, #9 Ron Morrison, #10 & #17 Jim Dodd, #18 Lyle Torrie.

Hcp. 17+: Low gross Murray Polson 87, Andy Clark 87 c/b, Wayne Hay 87. Low net Al Murtough 62, Wayne Mabee 64 c/b, Tim Hautzinger 76. Snips: #1 Vic Crisp, #6 Richard Wand, #12 (POG only) Andy Clark, #17 Reg Warne, #18 Gary Wood.

 

 

 

Bev’s best

Here are the results for Sunnydale Ladies Tuesday Aug. 2:

1st low gross, Bev Byerley with a sizzling 79. 2nd was Carolyn Walker with 91 and 3rd was Dianne Hing with 94. Jane Grant and Sharon Littler were 4th with 95 and Grace Rodriguez and Fran Shaw were 5th with 96. Lys McCrone had a 97 for 6th low gross.

On the net side: 1st was Ann McLeod with 70. Darlene Clark, Suszanne May and Lois Westbrook were 2nd with 71. Bev Aitken and Jane Keoughan were 3rd with 72. Bel Brown had 4th with 73. Ann Gardam and Joan Brown had 74 for 5th and Blod Crookshank and Trisha Harris were 6th with 75.

Darlene Clark had low putts with 26. Jane Keoughan won long putt on #9. KP 2nd shot on #5 was Penny Wagenstein and KP#10 was Bel Brown.

Weekly winners for the nine-hole ladies were: Louise Smiley 1st low gross, Irene Hilchey 2nd low gross. Jill McLaren had 1st low net and Lorraine Clark was 2nd. Dorothy Ratcliffe had low putts with Carol Busse 2nd.

Next week is regular golf 8 a.m. for 8:30 a.m. tee-off.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Girls golf

British Columbia Golf is hosting a free golf program for girls 11-15 years old on Sunday, Aug. 21 from 5-8 p.m. at Storey Creek Golf Club in Campbell River.

The program includes valuable information on collegiate golf scholarships, a skills challenge to identify new talent, a dinner break and lots of prizes.

To register, call 250-923-3673.

 

 

 

Tuesday fun

On Aug. 2, the Comox Golf Club Tuesday Ladies played Eagle, Birdie, Par and Bogie Golf.  Eagles were worth 4 points, birdies 3 points, pars 2 points and bogies 1 point.

The winners were: Nancy Newton – 41 points c/b, Cathy Dash – 41 points c/b, Buchan Mahon – 40 points, Linda Verdenhalven – 39 points, Linda Broadbent – 38 points.

Sponsored hole prize winners were: Mary Suchla, Nancy Riva, Linda Verdenhalven, Marg Walker and Gwenn Vallee. Longest Putt went to Cathy Dash. Chip-Ins: Linda Verdenhalven, Buchan Mahon, Luella Dooe, Edith Albrecht, Phyllis Taylor, Mary Suchla and Anne Patterson.

Once again we would like to thank all our generous sponsors for their continued support – Videos ‘n’ More, Panago Pizza, LoonieRama, Double G Golf

and Sprinklers Restaurant.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mystery prizes

Glacier Greens Tuesday Ladies played a regular game of golf this week with particular attention to the par 4s as they were going to be the only scores used. For the net scores, it was minus half the handicap.

The prizes were wrapped or bagged so no one could guess their contents, and many went home with new treasures. The gross and net winners were as follows:

Gross – Marg Rushton 39, Tob Norris 43, Jan Edwards 46, Brenda Livingstone 48, Ellie Nicholas 50, Marie Isreal 51, Lori Cameron 51. Net – Marlene Hall 31.5, Sharon Warne 34, Rose Jacobson 37.5, Judy Fellbaum 38, Rikki Farrell 39, Fran Hutchison 39, Jean Tonks 39.5.

KP #4 Jean Tonks, KP #15 Glenda Kinney. Least Putts Marlene Hall 28.

Our club championship is quickly approaching; enter soon and bring your best swing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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