Crown Isle Ladies celebrate Canada Day

Golfers wear red and white and play Red and White team game

On a sunny Canada Day,  the Crown Isle ladies’ club showed their patriotic spirit  in their colourful red and white attire. We are all proud Canadians!

The teams played Red and White (red tees on even holes and white tees on the odd holes) using  2 best balls on the team of four.

First low net with an astonishing 119 were Marsha Mackinnon, Margaret Forgeron. Iris Petersen and Kathy McGillis. Second low net of 122- Jean Wharton, Linda Foreman, Daneen Karch and Anne Sands.

KPs: Leslie McFarlane #12 and Shirley Ketter #4. Par 5s:  Brenda Barrigan and Janet Phillips. Birdies: Jan, Janet, Leslie, Val, Marsha and Diane.

Kudos to Anne and Stu Sands for hosting the Canada Day picnic after golf at their gorgeous home on the eighth green.

The Crown Isle Ladies sold-out Nine and Wine last week was a great time of golf, quesadillas, salad, dessert, glass of wine and lots of prizes. Many thanks to our sponsors who helped  to make this event so successful: Assante Capital Management-Ron Schmidt, Eagle FM Radio, Cascadia Liquor Store-Jeff Lucas, Pharmasave, Holly Francis, Kernaghan Adjusters and Crown Isle Resort-Rod Prieto.

Our next one is July 30 with a 5:30 shotgun. Register as a team or individual at the Crown Isle Pro Shop 250-703-5031. Put your name on the waiting list if it is full because there are always cancellations.


– Crown Isle Ladies Golf



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