Crown Isle ladies enjoy sunshine

Par for the Course: A round-up of action from local golf courses

 

 

 

The Crown Isle Ladies Club spent a glorious sunny day on the golf course last week then were treated to a delicious lunch. Many thanks to Jan and Jane for coordinating all our social functions.

The team game was 1 best net ball on #1, 2 best net balls on #2, 3 best net ball on #3 and then back to #1 again.

Tied for first low net was Team 1 of Maggie McLean (she was awesome), Ev Shaw, Brenda Barrigan and Donna Cunliffe (luckily there is no “i” in team) and Team 2 of Pat Johnson, Joanne Meyer, May Mitchell and Linda Foreman. Second low net Katy Macaulay (our fearless leader and captain), Judy Alcroft, Jan MacFarlane and Judy Constantino (welcome to Crown Isle.)

Lots of birdies: #12 Katy Macaulay, #16 Margaret Forgeron, #5 May Mitchell and #7 Linda Foreman, #5 and #15 Raelene Robertson.

The best on par 5s (handicap 25 plus) Jean Wharton.

KPs: #12 Judy Poulliot and #4 Raelene Robertson (our great rules co-chairmen).

I can’t encourage ladies enough to join in on the fun on Tuesday morning. Great golf, great camaraderie and great golf course facility. Come on ladies, get out of your comfort zone and join us.

– Crown Isle Ladies Golf

 

 

 

Twenty ladies braved the rain and cold for the first 18-hole round of the 2013 Sunnydale Ladies golf season on April 2.

Sharon Littler won low gross with a score of 98 followed by Trish Heyland and Lois Westbrook, both scoring 103, and third was Marlene Gerrie with 106. First low net score with a 77 was Chris Annand followed by Susie Currie and Barb Dixon with 79 and third was Becky Kenner with 82.

Sharon Littler and Chris Annand shared low putt honours with 31 each and Marlene Gerrie aced the hole with the longest putt on #9.  KP on #5 was shared by Vicki Bombini and Sharon Littler.

Welcome to new member Barb Dixon. Please try to sign up by Friday for the next week’s play…hopefully the weather will be more agreeable and scores lower.

Remember to sign up in the clubhouse for the official Opening Day scramble and luncheon meeting on April 30.

– Sunnydale Ladies Golf

 

 

 

The Comox Ladies Tuesday League played a round on a pristine course under blue skies with a Snowbird display for entertainment on April 16.

Low gross: Nancy Newton 92, Nancy Riva 92, Sharon Crowe 95, Pat Everett 98. Low net: Jean Kirby 74, Linda Verdenhalven 79, Grace Coulter 80, Linda Baker 80, Pat Belanger 81, Peg Runquist 82, Yvonne Baker 82.

Hole prizes:

Tee Box – closest to the bucket #1/10 (all) – Jean Kirby. Looney Rama – KP, low handicap, #4/13 – Sharon Crowe. Panago Pizza – KP, low handicap, #5/14 – Nancy Riva. Playtime Gaming – longest putt, all, #6/15 – Linda Callender. Petrie Golf – KP, high handicap, #7/16 – no winner. $12 – longest putt (all) #8/17 – Jean McCrea. Playtime Gaming – KP, high handicap, #9/18 – Pat Belanger.

Members who are interested in match play, please sign up by May 7. Thursday Night Ladies League will open on May 2.

– Comox Ladies Golf

 

 

 

 

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