Comox ladies golf in memory of Dorothy Olive Franklin

Twenty-eight Comox Golf Club ladies played golf on Tuesday, June 9 to recognize the recognize the contributions of Dorothy Olive Franklin’s commitment to junior golf at a tournament named in her honour.

Winner of the day went to Lorelei Banford with a low net of 68. Barb Buchanan was second with a net of 69. Third place was won by Nancy Newton with 70. Fourth place went to Edith Albrecht 71. Grace Coulter and Pat Schmidt netted 73. With nets of 74 were: Linda Callender, Louella Dooe, Peg Runquist and Mary Suchla.

Our generous sponsors, Jesse Moussa (course manager), Keith Gibson- Panago Pizza, Tee Box Restaurant, and Looneyrama provided the hole prizes won by  Pat Ailles (closest to the bucket), Marg Siddall (draw for ball in the creek and closest in two shots on #9 and #18), Linda Callender (closest in three shots on #7 and #16 and Nancy Riva (closest to the hole on #5 and #14. Peg Runquist (holes #8 and #17) and Gi Carlson (holes #3 and #12) won for longest putts.

Anyone wishing to join the Ladies League for their shotgun start on Tuesday please call the Pro Shop and speak to Jesse at 250-339-4444 or Linda Callender at 250-339-6664.

On Thursday, June 25 Jesse and Nadine will be hosting another Ladies Night open to all golfers. The entry of $35 includes golf, dinner and prizes. The first 64 will be accepted. Again call the Pro Shop to sign up.

– Comox Ladies Golf

 

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