Entries streaming in for Sunnydale ladies Tillicum tourney

Last year’s big winners were Karen Kloske from March Meadows and Bev Byerley from Sunnydale.

Entries are streaming in for the Royal Lepage Tillicum Ladies Amateur Tournament at Sunnydale Golf Course to be held on Saturday, Aug. 8.  At last count we had over 80 registrants with more coming in every day.

The format this year is a 2-ball competition for one day only. On Friday, Aug. 7 there will be an individual skills challenge at 4:30 followed by the popular wine and cheese gathering in the clubhouse.   The theme is Bling so wear your sparkle as there is a prize awarded for  shiniest golfer!

On Saturday, Aug. 8 the tournament will begin at 9 a.m. with a shotgun start. Entries are $130 per team and this includes coffee and muffins prior to tee-off followed by lunch and prizes after golfing.  We thank our two main sponsors, Royal LePage Realty and Eagle FM 97.3 Radio, for their generous donations.

For more information contact Rona Lawson at 250-339-5391 or Betty Lund at 250-338-0973. See you there!

 

– Sunnydale Ladies Golf

 

 

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