Crown Isle ladies crown match play champions

After an extremely eventful summer of golf, Crown Isle ladies’ club crowned their match play champions. Congratulations to our Captain’s Cup Singles’ winner, the dynamic and fun loving Evie MacDonald and to our Doubles’ winners, Rosemary Smith and Linda Foreman.

On the “dark” side or Vice-Captain’s Cup, the Singles’ winner was Helen Flynn and the Doubles’ winners were Barb Parker and Maggie MacLean.

The only decision our  ladies had to make for Tuesday morning golf was whether they wanted to play off the red tees or the silver tees. And the winners were:

Silver: Low gross – Dee Horie, Carol Ayley, Maggie MacLean. Low net – Rosemary Smith, Sandy Linhart, Lindsay Sparkes, Val Dingwall and Linda Foreman.

Red: Low gross – Raelene Robertson, Pat Johnson, Judy Kafka. Low net – Gillian Kirkpatrick and Anne Sands, Brenda Barrigan and Gwen Rypien, Judy Aldcroft and Barb Parker.

KPs: Pat Johnson #16 and Raelene #7. Par 5s: Gwen R., Liz E., Linda S. and Eleanor P.

Our ladies get better every Tuesday and the birdies made this week attest to that. Congrats to Raelene, May M. Dee H., Anne S., Janet P., Carol A., Pat J., and  Rosemary S..

Don’t forget to mark your calendars for the season finale of the Crown Isle Nine and Wine benefitting the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation on Oct. 2 with a 4 p.m. shotgun start.

Sign up as a team or individually. Everyone welcome. Call the Golf Shop at 250-703-5029, email Rod Prieto at rod@crownisle.ca or register online at crownilse.ca.

– Crown Isle Ladies Golf

 

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