Comox Golf Club results

On Sunday, Sept. 22, the Comox ladies golf club had their last day of organized golf, which took place in the form of a scramble.

Four trophies were presented:

1. Most improved golfer from April to September: Yvonne Higgs

2. Brown Trophy: this was presented by Mrs. Walter Brown in 1941 as a consolation round for the Club Championship. Losers in the first round of the championship dropped down to the Brown Trophy. This continues as a match play handicap competition. First winner: Sara Smith; second place: Nancy Newton; and third place: Anne Patterson.

3. Francis Trophy: presented by Francis Jewellers of Victoria in 1954. It was a third round to the Club Championship, and originally losers from the Brown Trophy dropped down to the Francis Trophy. It is a match play competition open to all members with established handicaps. First winner: Patterson: second place: Pat Belanger; third place: Sue Leakey; and fourth place: Phyllis Taylor.

4. Fairbairn trophy: presented by Mrs. Fairbairn in 1973. It is another of the Comox Golf Club’s handicap competitions open to all members with established handicaps. Originally, losers in the first round of the Brown Cup dropped down to the Fairbairn Trophy. First winner: Taylor; second: Pat Schmidt; and third: Pat Everett.

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