Crown Isle ladies have double the fun

Lots of action at local golf courses





Sept. 6 had the Crown Isle Ladies golf club members playing two games at the same time.  One was Par Points, which is individual play where points are scored using full handicap (1 point for bogey, 2 for par, 3 for birdie and 4 for eagle) and the player with the most points wins.

Par Points winner was Pat Johnson with 46 points followed by Donna Wilson with 43.

The other game was the season’s final Pin Day, where the winning net score for 18 holes is submitted for RCGA, BCGA and Zone awards and Pat Johnson and Donna Wilson came out on top for it as well.

Pat was the low net winner at 62 and Donna was close behind with 65. Low gross was May Mitchell’s 76 while second was a tie for Val Dingwall and Katy Macaulay at 83. Low putts winner was also a tie – Val Dingwall and Donna Wilson each had 29.

KPs went to Katy Macaulay on #4 and Jennifer Turner on #12. Birdies were scored by Val Dingwall (#3 and 17), May Mitchell (#11, #16 and #17), Barb Parker (#2) and Donna Wilson (#12).




Close game







Glacier Greens ladies played the last pin round of the season on Sept. 6 with superb weather and course conditions. It was a close game as many brought their A game.

The winner of the last “precious stone” pin was Carmel Horochuk with a net 67 on a countback. The rest of the results were as follows:

Gross: Gene Renaud 85, Duane Miles 86, Jan Edwards 87, Tobi Norris 89 c/b, Marlene Hall 89 c/b. Net: Leslie Hauser 67, Lori Cameron 68 c/b, Lorraine Courtemanche 68 c/b, Gillian Iddiols 68 c/b, Fran Hutchison 70.

Low putts: Fran Hutchison and Gene Renaud with 28. KP #12 Connie Alexa, KP# 7 Jan Edwards.

Next week begins our popular Fran Hume Memorial Shoot-Out starting out with the scramble format. We are all partnered-up and ready for this very enjoyable competition.




Early start

The evenings are closing in, so the Sunnydale Ladies start at 5:30 now.

Longest drive last week was won by Louise Bustard plus she somehow made most honest golfer! Marilyn Curley was closest to the big tree. June Fuller was closest to the pin for both 2nd and 3rd shots. Myrtle Gibson was closest to the big rock. Sandi Mitchell had longest putt. Lillian Twells had low putts.

Sponsor prizes: Wendy’s – Frances Wright; Thrifty Foods – June Fuller and Judy Hughes; Subway – Cheryl Sellers; Signature Wine Cellars – Dulce Rodriguez; Pizza Hut – Kathy Kelm; Michael’s Off Main – Jenny Lavery; Jo Klassen’s Grill – Judy Mann and Lois Pynn; Golfer’s Edge – Jill McLaren; Fluid Bar & Grill – Louise Bustard; Boston Pizza – Vicki Edwards; Sunnydale Pro Shop – Andrea McInnes.




Great golf

On Sept. 3 the weather was great and so were the Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s scores. There were 110 players hitting off the white tees, so this week it will be the white/blue tees and an 8:30 shotgun start.

Hcp. 0-10: Low gross Doug McArthur 65, Bruce Coulter 71, Barry Norris 74 c/b. Low net Burt Graham 64, John Pringle 65, Karl Cameron 66. Snips: #8 Dave Brooker, #14 Brad Smith, #15 Doug McArthur, #16 Steve Blacklock, #17 Blair Peacock

Hcp. 11-15: Low gross Ted Sauve 77, Rudge Wilson 81 c/b, Paul Schroeder 81 c/b. Low net Terry Mitchell 67 c/b, Jack Jackson  67, Garry Reaume 68 c/b. Snips: #4 (POG only Ron Morrison, #2 & #5 Ted Sauve, #11 Rudge Wilson, #12 (POG) Terry Mitchell, #14 & #16 Robin Houlgrave.

Hcp. 16+: Low gross Keith Allan 80, Vic Crisp 86, Brian Hotsehpiller 87. Low net Alan Richards 66, Dick Stuart 67, Elmo Guinan 68. Snips: #2 #8 & #18 Keith Allan, #7 Ken Doll, #14 Dick Stuart, #16 Reg Warne.




Pin Day

Tuesday, Sept. 6 was Pin Day for the Comox Ladies. Grace Coulter won the award with her net score of 68. Pat Belanger came a close second with 69, followed by Marg Walker with 72.

Our low gross plaque winner was Nancy Riva, with a score of 80. Karen Vanetta was second with 87 and Nancy Newton was third, also with 87.

We would like to thank the following sponsors: Panago Pizza, Videos ‘n’ More, Looneyrama in the Comox mall, Double G Golf Sales and Sprinklers

Grill at the Comox Golf Club. Sponsor prizes went to: Pat Ailles Sharon Crowe, Phyllis Taylor and Marva Opperman. Linda Diamond won a KP and also had the longest putt.




Back spin

Sunnydale Tuesday Ladies on Sept 6 played the back nine twice and the winners were: low gross Fran Shaw 87, Lois Westbrook 94, Lys McCrone 97, Sandra Gallaway 99 and Kathie Reid 102.

On the net side the winners were: Ann McLeod 70, Marg Cikaluk, Ann Gardam and Fran Gibson 72, Chris Annand 73, Bev Aitken, Magge Miller and Bente Wilkes 75. Low putt winner was Fran Shaw with 26. Long putt on #18 was Chris Annand. KP#10 was Chris Annand and KP#15 was Fran Shaw.

Next week is regular golf 8:30 for 9 a.m.








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