Good shots, not so good shots at Sunnydale Ladies golf

It was a typical golf day on Tuesday, May 26 with Sunnydale Ladies playing some good shots and some, well, not quite what was hoped for.

Lys McCrone couldn’t quite believe it when she went into the pond on #11 four times, while Vicki Bombini and Maylene Friesen were pretty pleased to be first-time low gross winners with scores of 90 and 92, respectively. Other low gross winners were Linda Lee Root (94) Lois Westbrook (97), Trish Heyland and Joan Brown (98) and Sharon Littler (100).

On the net side of the scoreboard, Sally Sloat was the winner with 68, with Kathie Reid shooting 77. Rona Lawson and Frances Shaw recorded 78 and Lucille Campbell, Pat Costello and Lys McCrone all shot 79.

Patricia Lowe had a tremendous day around the greens recording two birdies, three chip-ins lowest number of putts at 27, and KP on #10 (sponsored by Rob Speer Pro Shop).

Maylene Friesen had the longest putt on #9, Cheryl Bickle got the KP on #15 and Chris Annand won the KP 2nd Shot on #5 for 25+ Hcp.

All women are invited to join us on any Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. for a 9  a.m. tee off.

– Sunnydale Ladies Golf

 

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