Crown Isle Ladies host final nine and wine

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you to all the ladies who golfed in the last Crown Isle Ladies Nine and Wine for the season.  Imagine, sold out with a waiting list!

Kudos to Crown Isle, Eagle FM and Cascadia Liquor Store for sponsoring this popular event. There were prizes for everyone. Bryan Adams was even there on the 18th fairway serenading all the ladies, especially Sandra Morton who got very close to him (the mannequin anyway).  Evan Weber, our very own eloquent  resident pro, was the MC for the evening.

The game was scramble and the winners were Ev Shaw, Judy Pouliot, Val Dingwall and Sandy Linhart.

The Joker’s Wild Mixed Golf tournament was played on Sunday without a drop of rain. The hard-working team of the Chalmers and MacMurrays did a magnificent job of organizing  the game,  dinner and prizes. Thank you to the faithful sponsors, Quality Foods, Crown Isle, Domino’s Pizza and Cascadia Liquor Store.  Don’t forget the last event of the season, Glow Ball, on Oct. 18.

Our last organized Tuesday ladies’ club was also well attended.  The game was a team scramble and the winners were: 1st low gross – Margaret Forgeron, Val Dingwall, Selma De Haas, and Sandra Morton. 2nd low gross – Pat Johnson, May Mitchell, Joanne Meyer, and Linda Foreman. KPs – Dee Horie-#4 and Margaret Forgeron-#12.

A lovely Milestone Birthday lunch was held after golf for all ladies and in particular those with birthdays ending in “0” or “5” ranging from 1938-1958. Many thanks to our great social committee team of Jan and Jane.

Judy Pouliot did a great job of explaining a cart path rule with lots of visuals.  Donna Cunliffe let everyone know about the David Court Memorial Tournament on Oct. 12. It is a major fundraiser for junior golf in the Valley.  Call the pro shop at 250-703-5031 to sign up.

Don’t forget the CI Ladies’ AGM on Oct. 17 at 5 p.m. Sign up on the website.

What a great year of fun, fellowship and golf we have had in the Crown Isle Ladies Club under the awesome leadership of Katy Macaulay. Think about joining us next year – you won’t regret it.

– Crown Island Ladies Golf

 

 

 

Turkey time

The Sunnydale Ladies Club held their fall turkey shoot on Sept. 24, with 27 golfers out to play this team game.

The winning team, sponsored by Rob Speers Pro Shop, was  Teri Sleigh, Penny Wagenstein, Trisha Harris and Barb Dixson with a team score of 94. First low gross was Carolyn Walker with 91. First low net was Lois Westbrook with 71. Teri Sleigh won lowest number of putts. Sharon Littler won the KP on #9.

Sunday, Sept. 29 is our closing day, tee off at 1 p.m. followed by our ladies club meeting then wind-up dinner in the clubhouse. Thanks to our club captain Vicki Bombini and her many helpers  for keeping us all organized this season…here’s to more golfing days this fall.

– Sunnydale Ladies Golf

 

 

 

Challenge

Thank you, weatherman!

The Comox Golf Club ladies had a beautiful morning of golf for their final organized event of the year which was Cross

Country. The course was quite challenging but some good scores were recorded.

Low gross: Pat Everett 84 c/b, Suzy Venuta 84 c/b, Nancy Newton 90, Phyllis Taylor 90, June Fraser 92. Low net: Pat Schmidt 65, Deb McLean 69, Marg Kelly 72, Joyce Land 72.

Hole prizes: Closest to Bucket on 1 & 10 – Marg Walker – Playtime Gaming, Longest Putt 1 & 10 – Luella Dooe – Tee Box Restaurant, Longest Putt 4 & 13 – Edith Albrecht – Looneyrama, Longest Putt 5 & 14 – Yvonne Baker – Panago Pizza, Longest Putt 6 & 15 – Pat Belanger – Petrie Golf.

Chip-ins: Jean Kirby, Suzy Venuta, Linda Diamond, Bernice Sutherland, Edith Albrecht and Jean Wheaton.

As the Tuesday Ladies Golf comes to a close for this year, we would like to thank all our sponsors – Playtime Gaming, Looneyrama, Panago Pizza, Petrie Golf and especially the Tee Box Restaurant for all the delicious lunches served all year.

We look forward to their continued support.  We would

also like to thank the greens crew for setting up the Cross Country golf and for keeping the course in such good shape. Special thanks to Grace Coulter and Pat Belanger for organizing the Tuesday Ladies Golf this year.

– Comox Ladies Golf Club

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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