Comox ladies golf

Comox Golf Club

Comox Golf Club results for ladies May 21 – 20 players, 18 holes:

Low gross – Lorelei Banford, 91

Low net – Nancy Newton, 71

Fewest putts – Nancy Newton, 28

Longest putt 3/12 – Jean Kirby

Longest putt 8/17 – Grace Coulter

Chip-ins – Phyllis Taylor, June Fraser, Newton and Barb Buchanan.

•May 23 had 39 players, nine holes:

Low gross – Jan Dafoe, 39

Low net – Kim Pierce, 33

Fewest putts. – Jan Dafoe, 11

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Crown Isle

Tuesday, May 21 was DOF individual stroke play; 36 ladies took to the course.

Low Gross winner was Dee Horie 81

Low Net winner was Marlene Horvath 66

Congratulations to Horvath for winning the Dorothy Olive Franklin Day. Marlene is now invited to play in the Zone 6 Champion of Champions Tournament next May.

Each year, the Crown Isle Ladies Club makes a donation to junior golf in honour of Dorothy Olive Franklin.

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