Crown Isle Ladies play team game on Tuesday

As the saying goes, there is no “I” in team and there certainly wasn’t on Tuesday when Crown Isle Ladies held a team event. A full compliment of  60 ladies played best two net scores in a team of four on another spectacular day in the Comox Valley.

The winners were: 1st low net: Sue Fulkerth, Diane Hardie, Audrey Clark and Sandra Morton. 2nd low net: Donna Cunliffe, Jenny Steel, Kathy MacGillis, and Sandy Linhart. 3rd low net: Linda Glanville, Eileen Wallis, Judy Pouliot, and Sheila Potts.

KPs: Selma Cole and Sue Fulkerth. Birdies: Julie Tuepah, Jeannie McInnes, Sue Fulkerth, Gillian Kilpatrick and Selma Cole.

The North Island Interclub Matchplay was held at Crown Isle with 36 ladies competing from six clubs. Our Crown Isle ladies – Judy P., Ev S., Sheila V., Sandy L., Pat J. and Julie T. – won two of their three matches. Well done and many thanks to Sandy L. for organizing the event.

Our delicious luncheon after golf was chaired by Judy Aldcroft. She reminded the ladies to sign up in the locker room for the July 8 Field Day, “Honour Your Captain”. Don’t forget to also sign up for the Captain’s Cup on June 13.

Judy also let us know that our Tuesday ladies now have the Silverado room and patio all to themselves after golf for coffee, lunch and chit chat. Make sure you introduce yourself to all the new lady members, especially Eleanor Peters who has just rejoined us from Vancouver. Linda Stickney, our handicap and rules chairman, gave us a severe finger wagging for slow play on Tuesday morning.

– Crown Isle Ladies Golf

 

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