Comox Ladies busy on Tuesday and Thursday

Weather getting cooler but golfers still carding some hot scores

Comox Ladies game of the day on Tuesday was throw out your two worst holes. Low gross for the day was Suzy Venuta with 74. She also won KP on #9 and 18 for the 0-24 group.

Grace Coulter and Nancy Newton were tied at 77. Low net was won by Pat Schmidt in a count-back with Mary Ann Aikman with 52. Mary Ann won KP 24+ on #5 and 14 in two shots. Linda Broadbent, Yvonne Baker and Linda Diamond were tied for 3rd, 4th and 5th with 58. Amber Dufour and Jean Kirby were tied with 59 for 6th and 7th.

A chip-in by Pat Belanger earned her team jelly bellies. Bernice Sutherland won closest to the bucket on #1, Brenda Good was closest to the hole on #4 and 13 in 4 shots. For the 0-24 group, June Fraser was closest in 3 shots on #7 and 16. The longest putt was won on #8 and 17 by Pat Schmidt. Sponsors for the day were Playtime Gaming, Looneyrama (Comox Mall), Panago Pizza, Gibby’s Pro Shop, and the Tee Box Restaurant.

Thursday Aug. 28 was a bit cooler but there were some hot scores. Jan Dafoe shot 37 and won the prize donated by Signature Wines. First low net was won by Grace Coulter with an impressive 32. Pat Everett shot 40 for second low gross. A net score of 34 earned Suzy Venuta second low net.

Because there were too many tied with low putts, it was decided to give a ball to Barb Siska and Marg Walker for the highest number of putts. Longest putts went to Laurie Appleyard and Nancy Riva. Mae McKenzie won closest to the bucket for a prize from Arizona Gifts.

Jan Dafoe won Kathy Branch’s donated prize for  the longest  drive for 0-24. The longest drive for the handicap group of 24+ was Marg Walker and closest in two on #18 who won prizes donated by Chinook Forest Products and Thrifty’s. Kathy Branch won closest to the flag on #5 and 14 and won the prize donated by The Tee Box Restaurant.  Gibby’s Pro Shop sponsored the prize for closest to the flag on #4 and 13 in 3 shots, which Suzy Venuta won.

A  prize for the most sand shots went to Barb Siska and the water draw sponsored by Mid Isle Gifts was won by Sue Leakey. Fran Robinson won the  non-members draw for green fees for the next Thursday evening. Please remember to support our sponsors and shop locally.

See you Tuesday a.m. and Thursday p.m. Call the pro shop to sign up at 250-339-4444. Make sure you sign up for the Club Championships Sept. 6-7.


– Comox Ladies Golf



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