Golf results

Crown Isle Golf Report July 30:

Game for the day was ‘Hidden Holes.’ On random nine holes, the gross winners were:

1st gross – Dee Horie and Raelene Robertson, 42

2nd gross – Shirley Ketter, Marsha McKinnon and Anne Sands, 45

3rd gross – Marlene Horvath, Jacquie Hooper, Dannen Karch, Lee Sook with 46

4th gross – Katy Macaulay, 47

Net winners were:

1st low net – Mary Payne, 34

2nd low net – Margaret Forgeron and Judy Kaffka, 35

3rd low net – Shirley Podovsky, 36

4th low net – Pat Johnson, 38

KP’s on #4 (20+) Judy Aldcroft, #12 ( 20+) Marlene Horvath, # 12 (0-19) Shirley Ketter

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