Comox Ladies play team low net best ball

Golfers had a beautiful July 1 day; good turn out for Thursday evening

Comox Ladies had 38 golfers out on a beautiful July 1. The game was Team Low Net Best Ball.

The winners were Pat Everett, Joyce Land, Pat Schmidt and Louise Luster with a 52.75. Teams of (a) Kathy Branch, Linda Diamond, June Fraser and Linda Callender; (b) Sue Leakey, Yvonne Baker, Karen Vanetta and Linda Baker and (c) Lorelei Banford, Mary Suchla, and Mary Ann Aikman were all tied for second with 53.

Each week we have amazing hole sponsors for Tuesday and Thursday leagues. They are Tee Box Restaurant, Panago Pizza, Playtime Gaming, Looneyrama, Gibby in the Golf Shop,  Chinook Forest Products, Kathy Branch Hairstyling, Arizona Gifts, Thrifty Foods and the Bulk Barn.

Tuesday’s winners Mary Suchla (closest to the bucket), Marg Walker (closest to the flag stick on #4 and #13 in 4 shots), Pat Schmidt (closest to the flagstick #5 and #14 in 2 shots), Lorelei Banford (closest to the flagstick in 3 shots on #7 and #16), Mary Suchla (longest putt) and Karen Vanetta (closest to the flagstick #9 and #18 in 1 shot). Longest putt on #8 and #17 was won by Linda Broadbent.

There were 25 ladies out on Thursday evening. Bobbi Turchenek won the  prize for having the most fun on the greens. Our guest Diane Hing won the draw for a free Thursday Night green fee. 1st low gross was won by Kathy Branch- 41 and Marg Siddall won low putts -11.

There was a tie for 1st low net with Diane Hing and Barb Dixson- 32, 2nd low gross- Louise Luster-43 and tied for 2nd low net with a 33 was Marg Walker and Linda Callender. Sponsored prizes were won by Jan Dafoe-longest drive for 0-23 (Arizona Gifts), Christine McIntosh won longest drive 24 and over (Tee Box), closest to hole on #14 (24+) -Linda Callender with a birdie (Kathy Branch), #18 (o-23) in 1 shot-Laurie Appleyard (Gibby’s Pro Shop), and the closest in 3 for everyone on #13 was Carmen deWinter in the hole. Joan Baudais and Sharon Crowe won longest putts. Closest to the bucket was won by Joan Baudais (Bulk Barn). The water draw was won by Christine McInTosh (Thrifty’s).

Members and guests may join us at the Comox Golf Club at 8 for 8:30 a.m. shotgun on Tuesdays. Please sign up before Monday at noon or call the Golf Shop 250-339-4444. To sign up for our Thursday night ladies league (open to non-members) arrive at 5:30 for a 6 p.m. shotgun and bring your friends. Lots of fun prizes and our guests have a chance to win a nine-hole round of golf.

The next club event will be the Mr. and Mrs. or Odds and Ends on July 12. For more information call the pro shop.

– Comox Ladies Golf

 

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