Cold start to the season for Sunnydale Ladies golfers

Official Opening Day is Sunday, April 10 with meeting and dinner after golf

A small but hardy group of women braved the forces of Mother Nature for Sunnydale Ladies opening Tuesday golf on April 4.

The strong wind and cold conditions reduced the number of players at the start of the round and a few more dropped out halfway through the match.

Of those who persevered, Crystal Friesen was the low gross winner and Vicki Bombini the low net winner. Sharon Littler was second low gross while Anne Marie Wotten and Penny Wagenstein tied for second low net.

Sharon Littler scored the lowest number of putts while Laurie Appleyard had the longest putt on #9.

We also welcomed three new players who braved the inclement weather conditions. Next week we have been advised that the sun will be shining!

Sunnydale Ladies official Opening Day is Sunday, April 10. The day will start out with a nine-hole scramble from the forward yellow tees, followed by our annual spring meeting and concluding with dinner at the clubhouse.

Any women wishing to attend can phone the clubhouse at  250-334-3342 for a dinner reservation.

 

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