Comox Ladies Tuesday League underway

Golfers must sign up by April 5 for Opening Tournament on Sunday, April 7

The Comox Ladies Tuesday League began their 2013 golf season under cloudy skies with an 18-hole scramble. Despite rain at the start, eight teams finished the round.

With a winning high net of 41.5 was the Sue Leakey team with Teddy Glover and Edith Albrecht. Second high net of 42.5 was the June Fraser team with Anne Patterson and Pearl Madden.

Hole prizes: Looney Rama (closest to the bucket, all) Linda Callender; Panago Pizza (closest to pin, low handicap, #4/#13) Suzy Venuta; Petrie Golf (closest to pin, low handicap, #5/#14)  Anne Patterson; Playtime Gaming (closest to pin, high handicap, #7/#16) Edith Albrecht; Tee Box (closest to pin, high handicap, #9/#18) Deb McLean; Longest put, all, #8/#17 Nancy Riva.

The Ladies Opening Tournament will be a team scramble on Sunday, April 7 at 1 p.m. for a 1:30 p.m. start, followed by dinner and prizes. All lady members are welcome, sign up before noon, April 5. If you are just planning on coming to dinner, make sure you sign up ahead of time.

– Comox Ladies Tuesday League


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