Comox ladies experience sun, rain and wind – but no snow

The Comox Ladies League was treated to a little of everything weather wise Tuesday, April 29 with sun, rain and wind but no snow.

The game was count your holes that begin with T’s and F’s minus half of your handicap. The winners were Linda Callender 35.5, Louella Dooe 39.5, Nancy Riva 40.5, Gi Carlson 41, Phyllis Taylor, Grace Coulter and Linda Verdenhalven 42 and Pat Schmidt had 43.

The longest putt for everyone was won by Linda Callender on holes #3 and #12. Gi Carlson won the longest putt on holes #8 and # 17. The Dollar Store in the Comox Mall sponsored KP on #5 and #14 was won by Phyllis Taylor. Sharon Crowe won closest to the flag on #7 and #16 sponsored by The Tee Box Restaurant. Panago Pizza sponsored the closest to the flag in two shots on #9 and #18, which Jean Kirby won. It was a special day for all of us because it was Grace Coulter’s birthday and we all had a piece of Black Forest cake baked by the Tee Box.

Jesse (our manager), Nadine (our pro), Adrian (chef of the Tee Box) and John (head greenskeeper) have been working hard with Kathy and her North Island Committee to ensure we have another  successful tournament on Mother’s Day. Spots are still open and if you enter before May 1 you will be entered into a draw for one person to win a lesson from Nadine. Call Sharon Crowe at 250- 339-7450 for further information on the tournament.

– Comox Ladies Golf

 

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