Byerley wins Sunndyale Ladies crown

Rankin wins low net honours at annual ladies golf championship

 

 

 

The Sunnydale Ladies Club Championship was held July 28- 29 under sunny skies with 30 golfers competing in two flights.

The winner was Bev Byerley with scores of 82-89 for a total of 171. The overall net winner was Norma Rankin with net scores of 67-77 for a total of 144.

Flight one gross winner was Carolyn Walker with 88-86 for a total of 174 followed by Judy Berkley (count-back) with 95-85 for a total of 180. The net winners in flight one were Sharon Littler (count-back) with 73-73 for total of 146 followed by Marlene Gerrie with 72-74 for 146.

Flight two gross winner was Darlene Clark by count-back with 96-106 for 202 followed by Penny Wagenstein with 100-102 for 202.  The net winner was Vicki Bombini with 67-79 for 146 followed by Blod Crookshank with 76-71 for 147.

The KPs for #10 were won by Nancy Dyke and Judy Berkley. The KPs for #15 were won by Lois Westbrook and Bev Byerley. The KPs for #17 were won by Jane Grant and Ann McLeod.  KP in two shots for flight two were won by Marg Poje and Trisha Harris.

“Many thanks to the donations by  Anne Newman, Bill Lund, Rae and Rona Lawson and Penny Wagenstein,” an event spokesperson said.

Regular golf

July 31 Sunnydale Ladies golf was a glorious day with a breeze blowing to make things nice.

We had a good turnout and so did the nine-hole girls. These ladies were playing for the Jeanette Morneau Trophy and the winner was Sherry Harrison. Low putter was Louise Smiley. Honourable mention for low gross goes to Lorraine Clark and second for low putts was Ardene Larison.

Next week some of the nine-hole girls will join the 18-hole girls for Janice Cowies Memorial Day which is a fun day. All kinds of things are planned and all monies raised go to the breast cancer fund, so bring money and be ready to have a good time and to remember Janice.

This week we played for the Susan Westbrook two-ball trophy and there were some good scores. First low net was Fran Gibson and Belle Brown with a 70.5.

Second was Lois Pynn and Teri Sleigh with 74, third Jane Keoughan and Vickie Bombini with 74.5. Fourth Carolyn Walker and Anna Butler with 75 and Fran Shaw and Sandra Gallaway with 75.

Fifth net Lois Westbrook and Blod Crookshank with 76. Sixth Norma Rankin and Grace Rodriguez at 77.

Be sure and sign up for Janice Cowies Memorial next week; there will be lots of extra goodies. Also get your entries in for the Tillicum.

– Sunnydale Ladies

 

 

 

 

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