Mulligans Golf Course hosted a FUNdamentals of golf session April 21. Photo supplied

Golf action in the Comox Valley

Mulligans Golf Course welcomed 15 girls, aged 10 to 14 years, on April 21 to learn the FUNdamentals of the sport. Lead pro Jody Jackson of Arbutus Ridge showed the girls the reason why we ‘Drive for Show, Putt for Dough’ on the putting green. Danny Trevisin demonstrated the art of chipping, and Mulligan’s pros Wayne Powell and Jody Anderson let the girls bash balls on the driving range.

•April 24 Glacier Greens ladies: Pin winner was Paula Mowat with low net 72. Close behind was Rosslyn O’Rourke with 73. Low gross was Holly Sanders with 83 and low putts Wendy Dowe with 30. KP winners: #4 was Bernice Henderson, #12 was Liz van Boeschoten, #15 was Wendy Dowe. Birdies went to Liz van Boeschoten and Connie Alexa #12, Wendy Dowe #4 and Holly Sanders #9.

•Sunnydale womenTuesday: A tie for first place was broken by a count back. The threesome of Kathie Reid, Maylene Friesen and Beck Kenner were the winners. Second place winners were Pat Peden, Jane Grant, Barryanne Burry and Sandra Gallaway. The third place team was Lois Westbrook, Bev Slater, Chora Eilertsen and Chris Annand. Linda Broadbent made a great shot to win the KP on hole 10.

Kathie Reid is the ladies captain this year and everyone is welcome to play on Tuesday. The sign up sheet will be posted in the computer room.

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