Doris Ellis, right, is this year’s winner of the Dorothy Oliver Trophy. At left is Kathy Branch, ladies captain.

Ellis wins Dorothy Oliver Trophy

Doris Ellis is the Dorothy Olive Franklin champion for the Comox Golf Club. She won the event by firing a net score of 65, Tuesday, June 4 at the Comox course.

Ellis will represent the CGC at the Zone 6 (North Island) Champion of Champion Tournament in 2020.

The annual provincial tournament commemorates Dorothy’s contribution to golf at the club, provincial and national levels. Proceeds are used to send promising junior golfers to out-of-province and international competitions.

Each June, the tournament is held at the club level thoughout B.C. It’s open to any female golfer with an established handicap factor (maximum 40.4). The format is low net differential.

Other results June 4 in Comox:

Lorelei Banford was the low gross winner, and had the fewest number of putts.

Pat Belanger had the longest putt on number three, and Sharon Crowe on number eight.

Doris Ellis, Jean Kirby and Patti Harris had chip-ins.

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