Comox Golf Club Ladies League tees off new season

The Comox Golf Club Ladies League teed off their season on May 5. For many of us out on the course, it still feels like we are just beginning the season as you can tell from some of the scores.

Lorelei Banford won low gross with 90 and Nancy Riva followed with a 93. The low net scores were much better: Pat Schmidt 71, Gi Carlson 72, Phyllis Taylor 74, Mary Suchla 74, Sook Kim 75, Linda Diamond, Sharon Crowe and Linda Callender tied with 76.

Skills prizes were awarded to Linda Diamond for closest to the bucket sponsored by Keith Gibson of Investors Group. Closest to the hole on #7 and #16 was sponsored by Looneyrama and won by Sharon Crowe.

Lorelei Banford won closest to the hole on #5 and #14 sponsored by Panago Pizza and Gi Carlson won closest to the hole in 2 shots by chipping in on #9 and #18 sponsored by the Tee Box Restaurant. The longest putt on #3 and #12 was Phyllis Taylor and on #8 and #17 Amber Dufour was the winner.

 

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