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Comox Valley ladies golf results

With COVID protocols in place, Crown Isle Ladies Club is a go for Tuesday play for the 2021 season. Luncheons and major tournaments have been cancelled. Interest in the club is growing. There are 11 new members this year for a total of 85 paid members to date.

Forty-six ladies took to the course May 11 for the first pin day of the season. Many gals had a great round resulting in many ties.

Low Net Winners:

1st …Judy Aldcroft (65)

2nd…Donna LeClair (66)

3rd….Pat Johnson (69)

4th….Karen Currie and Shirley Ketter(72)

5th….Marlene Horvath and Gwen Rypien (73)

6th….Jan McFarlane and Kathy Thompson(74)

Low Gross Winners:

1st….Tobi Norris (83)

2nd…Dee Horrie and Katy Macaulay (85)

3rd….Eve Shaw, Raelene Robertson and Jen Warnyca(86)

4th…Ruth Chapman (88)

5th…Sharon Ogilvie and Carol Ayley (91)

6th…Val Dingwall, Marilyn McCusker, Sandy Dudley and Geri Elchuk (92)

Congratulations to Macaulay for an amazing 26 putts on an 18-hole round.

Zone 6 tournaments will be held virtually. In conjunction with pin day, the first Zone 6 virtual tournament was held. Congratulations to the following top three net and gross winners who will be entered as individuals in the Zone Tournament: Gross Winners: Tobi Norris, Dee Horrie, Katy Macaulay; Net Winners: Judy Aldcroft, Donna LeClair, Pat Johnson.

In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Crown Isle Ladies Club, a random draw for a $25 Crown Isle voucher is made every Tuesday. All ladies golfing that Tuesday are eligible. Winners to date:

April 6…Helen Flynn April 13… Karen Griffith April 20… Marlene Horvath

April 27… Sharon Ogilvie May 4…Mary Payne May 11… Shirley Ketter

•Results for Glacier Greens Ladies Tuesday, May 11:

1st Low Gross- Sarah Armstrong 83

1st Low Net- Bernice Henderson 65

2nd Low Gross – Gayle Armstrong 84

2nd Low Net – Connie Alexa 70

3rd Low Gross – Michelle Bertrand 86

3rd Low Net – Rosslyn O’Rourke 71 c/b

KP’s #4 Liz Gunning (h/c 0-22)

#12 Christine Healey (h/c23 and up)

#15 Henderson (all h/c’s)

Low Putts- Bertrand 30

Extra prize-Water Ball Draw for golf towel- Deb Massicotte

Chip ins: Glenda Kinney, Sarah Armstrong, Beth Broomfield, Gi Carlson and Bertrand

Top eligible scores to be submitted to the Zone 6 social distancing tournament:

1st Low Gross -Gayle Armstrong- 84

1st Low Net- Henderson -65

2nd Low Gross – Bertrand -86

2nd Low Net- Alexa 70

3rd Low Gross- Kelly Quine 92

3rd Low Net – O’Rourke 71

•The Comox Golf Club had 34 ladies out for Tuesday morning golf May 11:

Longest putt on 3/12 Maxine Montgomery

Longest putt on 8/17 Anne Patterson

The score cards of the following six listed ladies will be submitted for the Zone 6 Social Distancing tournament:

Low gross Janice Nicklin. 94

Low net Pat Schmidt 73

2nd low gross. Sue Fulkerth. 95

2nd low net. Barb Buchanan. 74

3rd low gross. Jenny Steel. 96

3rd low net. Patterson 75

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