Tuesday Low Gross Champion Linda Callender on the right and Low Net Champion Anne Patterson on the left.

Tuesday Low Gross Champion Linda Callender on the right and Low Net Champion Anne Patterson on the left.

Comox Ladies play for plaques

Linda Callender wins low gross, Anne Patterson takes low net honours

The Comox Ladie’s Golf Club played for two  plaques on a very wet Tuesday, Sept. 2.

The Low Gross Plaque was won with a score of 88 in a count-back with Linda Callender (1st), Lorelei Banford (2nd) and Pat Everett (3rd). Anne Patterson won the Low Net Plaque with a  score of 67.

Fourth low gross  was Sue Leakey with 89. Second low net was won by Gi Carlson (71) and tied for third with 73 was Pat Schmidt, Louella Dooe and Linda Broadbent. Grace Coulter, Nancy Riva and Peg Runquist were tied at 74.

The hole prizes were won by: Joyce Land-closest to the bucket (Looneyrama), KP #4 and #13 in three shots was Sharon Crowe (Tee Box), KP #5 Pat Everett (Gibby’s Pro Shop), KP #7 and #16  Barb Buchanan (Panago Pizza), KP #9 and 18 in two shots Louella Dooe (Playtime Gaming) and the longest putt was won by Lorelei Banford.

Twenty-eight ladies played on a sunny and humid Thursday evening, quite a contrast to Tuesday. Signature Wines sponsored the low gross winner Laurie Appleyard (41) and the low net winner Norma Leakey (30).

Second low gross and net were Grace Coulter (42) and Joanne Schroeder (34). Karen Vanetta, Janice Nicklin, Linda Diamond, Carmen deWinter all had 15 putts.

The longest putts winners were Carmen deWinter on #2 and Laurie Appleyard on #8. Longest drive 0-23- Kathy Branch (The Tee Box Restaurant); KP #5 Grace Coulter (Arizona Gifts); 2nd shot on #9 for 24+ Jean Kirby (Gibby’s Pro Shop); #rd shot for everyone on #4-Laurie Appleyard (Kathy Branch Hairstyling); Closest to the 200-yard marker #1 Joan Baudais (Thrifty’s) and the sand draw for hole #7 was won by Colleen Boudreau (Mid Isle Gifts).

Joanne Schroeder chipped in and earned her group chocolates.  The non-members draw was won by Diane Hing.

Next week is our last Thursday night draw and we will be competing for the Thursday Night Ladies’ Low Gross and Low Net trophies as well as the Willa Lamb Putting Trophy. These competitions can only be won by members. There will be a lot of activity on the course that you won’t want to miss. Everyone will be playing for hole prizes and there will be prize table for the top 10 Low Gross and Low Net. Make sure you sign up (members and non-members) in the Pro Shop or call 250-339-4444.

Thanks to all our great sponsors for the year. Signature Wines, Thrifty’s, The Tee Box, Looneyrama (Comox Mall), Playtime Gaming, Kathy Branch Hairstyling, Gibby’s Pro Shop, Panago Pizza, Arizona Gifts, The Bulk Barn, Mid Isle Gifts and Chinook Forest Products.

 

– Comox Ladies Golf

 

 

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