Crown Isle ladies play game of Beat the Pro

On a picture-perfect day in the Comox Valley, Aug. 16 was Beat the Pro day for the Crown Isle Ladies golf club.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beat the Pro

On a picture-perfect day in the Comox Valley, Aug. 16 was Beat the Pro day for the Crown Isle Ladies golf club.  This event has a club pro play a couple of holes with each of the foursomes of the day, the pro’s gross score pitted against each woman’s net score.

Evan Webber, a native of the Valley, was the pro and everyone very much enjoyed the time he spent with the groups.  Sleep deprived as the brand-new dad of baby Cy, Evan graciously allowed several women to better his gross score with their net.

KPs were awarded to Deanna McMillan (#16) and Joanne Meyer (#7).  Birdies were scored by Audrey Clark (#16), Pat Johnson (#5), May Mitchell (#1), Rosemary Smith (#5) and Pam Stevens (#12).  The Par 5 pot (25+ hcp) was shared by Pat Johnson for pars on par 5 holes  #1, 5 and 10, and Jennifer Turner on #10.

Sunshine, excellent refreshments courtesy of Barb Guthrie, and great company made for a fun-filled day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ying Yang

Sunnydale Ladies played a game of “Ying Yang” where you choose your best nine holes, before you start golfing, and then halve your handicap to determine your net score.

Low net score winner was Carolyn Walker with a 24. Carolyn was also presented a “breaking 80” pin. She had four chip-ins also while turning in a sizzling score of gross 79. Lois Pynn was second with 26.5 and Vicki Bombini was third with 29. Vicki also was presented with a “breaking 100” pin.

Tying for 4th with 29.5 were Norma Rankin, Kathy Reid, Patricia Harris and Jane Grant. Bente Wilkes was 5th with 30. Tying for 6th with 31 were Bev Aitken, Charlene Cebryk, Sandra Gallaway, Sharon Littler, Betty Lund, Doris Squire and Marlene Gerrie. Suszanne May, Fran Shaw and Irene Pearson were 7th with 31.5.

Carolyn Walker won low putts with 20. Trisha Harris won long putt on #9. KP #10 winner was Darlene Clark and KP#5 in two shots was Jane Keoughan.

Nine-hole winners were: Louise Smiley low gross, Gertie Wesley low putts. Honourable mention goes to Maureen Holt as she broke 50 on the back nine.

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

 

 

 

GG Pin Day

Glacier Greens Ladies gave a great round of applause at the start of their day to Kim DeLaval on breaking 90 last Wednesday.

Such a beautiful sunny day had the ladies giving it their best shot for our fifth Pin Day. It was a tight race with Duane Miles

sliding in ahead on a count back with a net 70.

Other results are as follows:

Gross: Marg Rushton 84, Angie Krahn 88, Marlene Hall 89, Jan Edwards 92. Net: Brenda Livingstone 70 c/b, Kelly Gibb 70 c/b, Carmel Horochuck 71 c/b, Lori Cameron 71 c/b.

KP #15 Liz Van B, long putt #9 Kelly Gibb, least putts Rosslyn O’Rourke  28.

I am sure it will be a tight race again at the club championship this weekend. Good luck ladies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Perfect weather

The weather was perfect for the Comox Ladies on Tuesday morning, Aug. 16. The ladies played a regular round of golf.

Low gross:  Sue Leakey 86, Nancy Riva 87, Sharon Crowe 88. Low net: Teddy Glover 67, Pat Ailles 71, Luella Dooe 71. Chip-ins:  Buchan Mahon and Helen Dawber.

Sponsored hole prizes: Closest to the bucket – Mary Suchla; Longest Drive Low HCP – Sharon Crowe; KP #5 & #15 Low HCP – Barb Buchanan; Longest Drive High HCP – Monique Fawcett; Longest Putt – Karen Vanetta and KP #9 & #18 High HCP – Mary Ann Aikman.

The continued generous support of all our sponsors is greatly appreciated. They are Videos ‘n’ More, Double G Golf, Panago Pizza, LooneyRama and Sprinklers Restaurant.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Great day

Saturday Aug. 13 the weather was great, the course was great and 100 Glacier Greens golfers had some great scores. Remember, no men’s morning for the next two Saturdays due to club championship and a tournament. This week’s results;

Hcp. 0-11: Low gross Randy Robinson 71, Jeff Edwards 72, Barry Norris 73. Low net Doug McArthur 68 c/b, Nick Stolarchuk 68, Karl Cameron 69 c/b. Snips: #3, #5, #1 Bruce Coulter, #18 Stan Gibb,

Hcp. 12-16: Low gross Jim Larocque 78, Mike Pollock 82, Ron Morrison 83. Low net Rod Gray 68, Don Cruickshank 70, Lyle Torrie 71. Snips: #3 Gilles Raiche, #12 Mike Pollock, #17 Don Cruickshank.

Hcp. 17+: Low gross John Holley 84, Richard Wand 85, Claude Default 87. Low net Gary MacGregor, Henry Bonde 67,  Vic Crisp. Snips: #7 Vic Crisp, #9 Dave Chartrand, #10 John Holley, #15 (POG) Dave Chartrand, #16 Gary MacGregor.

 

 

 

Free golf program

British Columbia Golf is hosting a free golf program for girls 11 to 15 years old on Sunday, Aug. 21 from 5 to 8 p.m. at Storey Creek golf Club in Campbell River.

The program includes valuable information on collegiate golf scholarships, a skills challenge to identify new talent, a dinner break and lots of prizes. To join the fun, register at 250-923-3673.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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