Busy September for Crown Isle Ladies

Crown Isle Ladies enjoyed a busy September of golf.

Sept. 17: So it poured rain, really poured rain. Thinking they were ducks with snorkels, eight of our ladies golfed at Gold River. That did not stop Julie Tuepah from placing third low net, Val Dingwall at fifth low gross and Anne Sands in 18th low gross. Pat Johnson and her sister Jan Schneider from Calgary, Judy Costantino, Jan McFarlane, Brenda Barrigan and Judy Aldcroft all participated.

Sept. 19: It was the final North Island, Dawn Coe-Jones wind-up at Arrowsmith (under 15 hcp group). The day was in truly scenic fall glory, sunshine, no rain or wind. Val Dingwall was the low net champion and  Raelene Robertson was third low gross winner.

Sept. 20: The Ace of Aces Tournament and Stableford were played on the last day of summer, with Pat Johnson winning the Ace. In ssecond place low net was Val Dingwall, Judy Pouliot and Judy Kaffka with 70. Third low net was Katy Macaulay with 75, and fourth place winners were Tracy Kennett and Peggy Quinney with 77.

Most Stableford points was Pat Johnson with 41, Pat Chalmers with 40, Jennifer Turner with 39 and fourth with 38 points were Rosemary Smith, Val Dingwall, Judy Pouliot, Judy Kaffka, Rhonda Ryan and Kathy Thompson.

Birdies were made by Judy Pouliot on #4, Pat Chalmers on #7, Dee Horie on #9, Val Dingwall on #12, Marsha Mackinnon on #15 and Kathy McGillis on #16.

The KP winners on #7 was Jean Wharton and #16 by Judy Pouliot.  Par 5’s were Jean Wharton on #15 & Kathy McGillis on #10.

As we come to the end of the season our match games are also done. The singles winner was Wilma Malan, the consolation winner was Shirley Ketter.  Doubles match play was won by Marsha McKinnon and Tracy Kennett with the consolation going to Helen Flynn and Kathy Thompson. There were a lot of games to arrange, but all was managed well.

Sept. 27: With team spirit we finished off the season with a very chilly shotgun start at 8:30. Format was a scramble with Jan Macfarlane, Maggie MacLean, Anne Sands and Judy Costantino placing first with 74.

Second place was Brenda Barrigan, Sandy Linhart, Helen Flynn and Judy Aldcroft with 75 and third place was Eileen Wallis, Liz Ellis, Karen Griffiths and Shirley Ketter with 76.

The lunch was perfect, awards presented, our new executive in place, and so ends our season.

 

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