Glorious day for Crown Isle Ladies

Mark your calendar for upcoming special events for both women and men

On another glorious Tuesday, the Crown Isle ladies club played a team event of two best net balls.

The first low net team was Kathy McGillis, Anne Sands and Rosemary Smith 128. Second was Jenny Steel, Audrey Clark, Selma de Haas and Donna Cunliffe 127. Birdies – May, Rosemary, Donna and Liz. KPs – May and Selma.

A wonderful lunch was served thanks to the hard work of Anne and Pat, our social committee. Janet and Raelene will be competing in the Champion of Champions on June 2.

Remember to sign up on the ladies’ website for the Captain’s Cup Scramble on June 7.  Join the men for a fun-filled day and dinner.

Mark your calendars for two special events: Ladies’ Nine and Dine on Wednesday, May 28 5:30 shotgun including nine holes of golf, glass of wine or beer, appys and prizes.  Register as an individual or team at the Crown Isle pro shop 250-703-5031.

The Crown Isle Field Day is July 8 with the theme “Honour your Captain.” Includes 18 holes of golf, lunch, prizes and Divas entertainment. Hope there are lots of ladies from other clubs reading this because your captain plays free golf. Crown Isle ladies remember to invite a guest.

Thanks to our very knowledgeable rules captain Judy Pouliot for the rules sheet everyone received at the luncheon. Also kudos to Ev and Judy for putting together the basket of goodies in the ladies’ locker room washroom.

We wish Jane Cunningham a speedy recovery and back golfing with us soon. Thanks  to Julie and Audrey for organizing the “gently used ” clothing sale and  to everyone who came out to buy clothes. Proceeds are going to junior golf.

– Crown Isle Ladies Golf

 

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