Crown Isle ladies end season with Milestone Scramble

The ladies of Crown Isle finished off the golf season with a Milestone Scramble. There was a lot of laughing and cheering across the course in the early morning sunshine. We finished with a wonderful lunch celebrating the “milestone” birthdays.

The results of the scramble were:

Low gross: 1st Dee Horie, Judy Costantino, Karen Armstrong and Gwen Rypien 69. 2nd Marie Knowles, Judy Pouliot, Shirley Ketter and Sandra Morton with 73. 3rd Valerie Dingwall, Judy Aldcroft, Pat Johnson and Jean Wharton 73.

KPs were: Dee Horie on #4, May Mitchell on #7, Marie Knowles on #12 and Jean Wharton on #16.

The weather just doesn’t get any better.  It was all around, the best way to finish off a pretty spectacular season. “Thanks” to our captain and her team.

 

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