Crown Isle ladies busy at several events

The grounds were wet and rain threatened to dampen the spirits, but the Crown Isle Ladies Captain’s Cup three-person scramble proceeded as planned on June 9.

The winning team (with a chip-off by Marsha) with a score of 74 was Katy Macaulay, Marsha Mackinnon and Tracy Kennett. Second with 74 were Carol Ann Roulston, Wilma Malan and Pat Chalmers.

Third place with a score of 75 went to Sue Fulkerth, Janet Phillips and  Linda Forman. Fourth place was won with a chip-off by Donna with a score of 76 for the team of Judy Pouliot, Donna Cunliffe and Trisha Harris.

The Eaglecrest Amateur/Senior Golf Tournament on May 27 was a Teams & Tournaments event. Representing Crown Isle, Dee Horie placed first with 76 net in her flight by factor 0-12 in the Senior Division.

Glacier Greens Ladies Tournament was held on  June 11 under cloudy skies, some rain and some sunshine. Our “A” flight winners gross score of 80 in second place was Dee Horie followed by Katy Macaulay in fifth place with 86.  Marilyn McCusker placed third in net with 68. Dee also managed KPs on #7 and #12.

June 14 Ladies Day, the format was Irish Four Ball, with very cool temperatures.

The first group with low net was Sandy Linhart, Sandy Dudley and Anne Kostiuk with 164 total. Second place was Helen Flynn, Iris Peterson and Peggy Simpson with 168.

Third place was Brenda Good, Jennifer Turner, Wilma Milan and Evie MacDonald with 169. Fourth place was Judy Costantino, Marlene Horvath, Maggie Maclean and Helen Dahl with 170.

Birdies were made by Rosemary, Sandy L., and Jennifer.

It was a great show on a cold day!

 

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