Crown Isle ladies play individual Stableford

 

 

 

A wonderful Tuesday ladies golf was enjoyed by all at Crown Isle as we played the individual Stableford: on net scores for each hole – 1 point for a bogey, 2 points for a par, 3 points for a birdie and 4 points for an eagle.

After this great game of golf, many of the ladies enjoyed a glass of champagne compliments of Ron Coulson in our new “coffee house” –  The Silverado Room.

The winners were: 3-way tie for 1st with 42 points: Marilyn McCusker, Kathy Thompson and Selma Cole (who shot an 84, the best round of her golf life). 2nd with 41 points: Shirley Ketter. 2-way tie for 3rd with 40 points: Linda Stickney and Raelene Robertson.

It was slim pickin’s for the ladies who were in the birdie pot with 13 ladies getting birdies. Lots of par 5s (handicap 25 plus) as well: Pat C., Judy A., Judy K., Charlene F., Linda F., Gillian K. and Liz E.

Congratulations to Raelene Robertson who was second low gross in the Champion of Champions held a couple of weeks ago.

Kudos as well to the four Crown Isle ladies teams who competed in the Zone 6 Club Team Championship at Storey Creek.  The team of Dee Horie, Mathilde Schneider and Donna Cunliffe are waiting patiently for the drink owed them for beating the team of Katy Macaulay, Sheila Van Gisbergen and Evie MacDonald. Rumour has it the bets will be paid after Pin Day next Tuesday. Many thanks to Judy P. and her “rules ” team for overseeing the event.

Crown Isle Ladies Field Day on July 7 is fast approaching so get your name signed up on the roster in the locker room. The Theme is “Honour Your Captain” with the captain of each club playing for free when they bring a team from their club. It will be a day of golf, lunch, prizes and of course lots of fun.

Watch this column next week for the results of the Captain’s Cup for men and women.

 

– Crown Isle Ladies Golf

 

 

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