Courtenay ladies club hits the links

  • Jul. 20, 2020 10:30 a.m.

The Crown Isle Ladies Golf Club is back in action.

The ladies opened their half-season with a 4-ball Zone 6 tournament. Congratulations to Team Eve Shaw and Shirley Ketter for placing first at Crown Isle with a score of 75. They placed third in the Zone 6 competition.

First pin day of the season took place July 10.

Net Winners

First: Linda Foreman and Raelene Robertson, 67

Second: Peggy Quinney and Helen Dahl, 68

Third: Judy Constantino 69

Fourth: Pat Johnson 70

Gross Winners

First: May Mitchell 80

Second: Sue Fulkerth and Rosemary Smith, 87

Third: Dee Horrie and Katy Macaulay, 88

Fourth: Sook Lee and Leona Imrie, 90

Congratulations to Constantino with only 27 putts! Everyone’s goal.

Upcoming tournaments include the Crown Isle Ladies Eclectic Tournament July 27 and 28, and the Crown Isle Ladies Club Championship Aug. 17 and 18.

•Courtenay golfers itching for some competition will have the opportunity to participate in a local qualifier of the RBC PGA Scramble. Crown Isle will host the event on Friday, July 31.

The RBC PGA Scramble is a national series of events. Winners of each local qualifier are invited to participate in one of 11 Regional Finals later this summer. Regional winners will be awarded the chance to participate and win a National Championship at the prestigious Cabot Links Golf Course in Nova Scotia in the fall.

The competition is open to teams of four eligible amateur golfers who all have an up-to-date Golf Canada handicap and are 19 years and older.


Registration for the Courtenay event closes Friday, July 24.

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