Comox Ladies get new golf season off to good start

The rain stayed away and the sun came out to shine on the Comox Ladies golfers who were out to play a nine-hole scramble for their Opening Day on Sunday.

First low net with 25: Mary Buchanan, Pat Belanger, Toni Edwards; second low net 26 (tie): Sharon Crowe, Barb Dixson, Kathy Long; third low net 26 (tie): Nancy Riva, Pearl Madden, Brenda Pearson; fourth low net 26 (tie): Linda Broadbent, Anne Patterson, Marg Siddall; fifth low net 26 (tie): Janice Nicklin, Leona Stefiuk, Wendy Christie. Ties were broken by handicap factor.

 

The Tuesday Ladies opened their season with an 18-hole scramble. Again the weather held fair and the results were as follows: first low net: Sharon Crowe, Adrian Franck, Brenda Pearson; second low net: Nancy Newton, Barb Dixson, Peggy Runquist, Monique Fawcett; third low net: Rosalie Williams, Pat Schmidt, Monique Walker; fourth low net: Ann Patterson, Suzy Venuta, Linda Baker; fifth low net: Linda Broadbent, Pat Belanger, Edith Albrecht.

 

 

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