Crown Isle ladies play game of ‘hidden partner’

On yet another spectacular day at Crown Isle, the Tuesday ladies’ club played their own game not knowing who their hidden or secret partner was.

The winners were: 1st low net Jan MacFarlane and Joanne Meyer; 2nd low net Margaret Forgeron and Evie MacDonald, who is a great golfer and great photographer; 3rd low net Jenny Steel and Linda Foreman.

Once again the ladies were in top form with their birdie putts. Congratulations to Kathy, Carol, Raelene, Jenny, Margaret, Daneen and Eleanor. KPs: Marie Knowles and Iris Petersen; Par 5s: Donna Cunliffe and Linda Foreman.

We also had a Beat the Champ Qualifier: Boo hoo! The bad news is no one beat last year’s B.C. women’s amateur champ, Taylor Kim. The good news is that all the money raised by the CI ladies goes to junior golf,

Just two weeks til the Crown Isle ladies’ Field Day on July 7. Hope you are signed up in the locker room.

Next Tuesday, June 30 remember to wear your red and white for Canada Day and bring a picnic lunch to Judy Aldcroft’s after golf for more party time. Red and white are also the colours to wear for  the Crown Isle Ladies Nine and Wine  on July 8.

 

– Crown Isle Ladies Golf

 

 

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