Great night for Comox Ladies golfers

Players vie for spot in Club Team Championship at Myrtle Point in Powell River

Comox Ladies Golf had a perfect Tuesday to golf. The format was stoke play as we were playing for a spot in the CTC (Club Team Championship). This year the final is at Myrtle Point in Powell River. Team #1 is Nancy Riva, Edith Albrecht and Phyllis Taylor and team #2 is Grace Coulter, Mary Ann Aikman and Patti Harris.

Low gross winners for the day  were Nancy Riva 90, Suzy Venuta 91 and Lorelei Banford 93. Low net winners were Patti Harris 67, Mary Ann Aikman 74 and Linda Verdenhalven 74.

Each week we have amazing hole sponsors. They are Panago Pizza, Playtime Gaming, Looneyrama, The Tee Box Restaurant, Gibby in the Golf Shop,  Chinook Forest Products, Kathy Branch Hairstyling, Arizona Gifts, and Thrifty Foods. Today’s winners were: Linda Broadbent, Linda Verdenhalven, Amber Dufour, Gi Carlson and Louise Luster. Suzy Venuta’s team won jelly bellies for a chip-in.

Members and guests may join us at the Comox Golf Club at 8 a.m. for an 8:30 shotgun on Tuesdays. Please sign up before Monday at noon or call the Golf Shop 250-339-4444.

Remember to sign up for our Thursday night ladies league. This event is open to non-members as well. Arrive at 5:30 p.m. for a 6 p.m. shotgun and bring your friends. Lots of fun prizes and our guests have a chance to win a nine-hole round of golf.

– Comox Ladies Golf

 

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