Friesen, McLeod win Sunnydale titles

Crystal Friesen shot a low gross score of 180 to capture the Sunnydale 2017 club champion title at the two-day tournament on the last weekend of August. Ann McLeod won the trophy for low net winner.

In other Comox Valley golfing news:

Nancy Riva was first low gross with 88 and Anne Patterson earned first low net honours with a 72 at Comox Golf Club ladies night Sept. 12. Monica Yoo had the fewest number of putts with 28. Patterson had the longest putt at no. 3/12, and Val Pearce had the longest putt on no. 8/17. Linda Verdenhalven and Phyllis Taylor had chip-ins. Patti Harris was first low gross Sept. 14 with 44; Pearce was first low net (34) and fewest putts (14); Longest putts by Sue Leakey #12 and Cathy McArthur #17.

At Sunnydale Sept. 12, Pat Peden was low gross winner with 84, followed by Laurie Appleyard (85), Vicki Bombini (89), Jane Grant (91), Teri Sleigh and Carolyn Walker (92), Lys McCrone (94) and Kathie Reid (97). On the net side of the scoreboard, Berry Ann Bury was the winner with 64. Other low net scores were Joan Brown (66), Diane Hing (73), Pat Rudolph (73), Linda Broadbent (74), Sandra Gallaway(75), Trish Heyland (75), McLeod (76) and Charlene Ceybryk (76). Lowest # of putts were from Peden while the longest putt was by Reid (#9). KP winners were Penny Wagenstein (#10) and Chora Eilersen (2nd shot #5 and #15). Lots of birdies: Appleyard, McLeod, Gallaway, Barb Dixson and Brown with two each. Chips were recorded by Reid, McCrone and Gallaway.

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