Glacier Green ladies wrap up shoot-out

The Fran Hume Memorial Shoot-out results are as follows at Glacier Greens, accumulated over the past three weeks with formats of scramble, alternate shot and best ball.



The Fran Hume Memorial Shoot-out results are as follows at Glacier Greens, accumulated over the past three weeks with formats of scramble, alternate shot and best ball.

Each Tuesday as we headed out we were surprised with a goody bag supplied by Rosslyn and/or Marg.

We enjoyed a superb prime rib dinner with all the trimmings prepared by our kitchen staff before we started with prize presentations and AGM.

Net scores:

Renaud/O’Rourke 184, Cadieu/Kinney 186, Cameron/Jacobson 191, Verchere/Perry 192, Fellbaum/Guitard 194 c/b, Horochuk/Marshall 194, Johns/Delaval 196 c/b, Alexa/Hall 196, Johnston/Van 204 c/b, Prichard/Iddiols 204.

Gross scores:

Krahn/Linklater 238, Rushton/Wilson 242, Miles/Edwards 253.

Annual awards:

National Pin Round – Awarded by the RCGA to the player returning the lowest aggregate of four net scores on Pin Days: 1st Duane Miles 274, 2nd Lynne Pringle 276.

Putting Competition – Best single score: Tobi Norris and Lori Cameron at 26.

Best six-game average: Fran Hutchison 29.66.

Most Improved Player – Kim DeLaval improved factor by eight.

Match Play Winners: A flight Paula Mowat, B flight Irene Marshall.

Hole in One – Gene Renaud.

Many thanks to Rosslyn, Marg and all other committees and helpers that made our Ladies Club a success this year. Thanks to our kitchen staff for a great job on meals. Thanks to Bill and staff at the pro shop for all their help and support. Thanks to our green-thumbed Gussy for beautiful baskets and gardens.

From here on in there is no organized golf on Tuesdays but the tee blocks are open to the ladies on Tuesdays from 9 to 9:30 a.m., so don your fall/winter duds and come on out.





The weather cooperated as Sunnydale Men’s Club finally finished their season. Robin Ward carded a one over 72 to take year-end honours with Larry Ferguson firing a 77 to take second place. Jim Buchanan managed a 67 for low net honours.

In the low handicap division, Dave Pye scored a 77 to take low gross and Dan Wood’s 72 took  low net. In the 11+ handicap division Rick Smith’s 82 secured low gross honours with Ham Stewart close behind with an 83.

Keith Lamond’s net 66 handily beat Darrell Smith’s 69 with both players placing first and second respectively in the 11+ division. On the Super Seniors side, Gavin Maclean’s fine 81 beat Gerry Rautenberg by one shot to take low gross honours. In the net competition Clyde Levy’s net 67 was one better than Colin Hetman.

KPS went to Ron Pinke (#10), Jules Urban (#15), and Mike Watson (#17); long putt honours went to Jordan Rallison (#9) and Ron Pinke (#18).

Winter play is now underway so be at the course at 8:30 for a 9 a.m. tee off.











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