The 2019 Majestic Cup Tournament low net trophy winners were Amber Dufour and Michelle Bertrand, from Glacier Greens Golf Course.

Comox duo wins 2019 Majestic Cup golf tournament

Crown Isle Ladies

The Crown Isle Ladies Golf Club held the 2019 Majestic Cup Tournament on Sunday, July 7.

Despite a rainy morning, the participants had a great time. The 2019 low net trophy winners were Amber Dufour and Michelle Bertrand, from Glacier Greens Golf Course. The low gross winners were Robin Lee Monroe and Beverly McGladery from UBC Golf Course and Marine Drive Golf Course, respectively.

The Early Bird prize winner was Lynne Pringle, also from Glacier Green Golf Course.

Comox Ladies

July 24 had a field day with 16 Sunnydale ladies joining in.

Low gross – Nancy Riva, 89

Low net – Jo Falco, 71

Fewest putts – Sue Leakey and Riva tied with 31

Longest putt on No. 3/12: Diane Hodges

Longest putt on No. 8/17: Penny Wagenstein

Chip ins: Phyllis Taylor, Barb Buchanan, Linda Simonen, Marg Siddall

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