Becky Kenner won the Dorothy Olive Franklin competition at Sunnydale Golf & Country Club. Photo supplied

Harris hot on the links

  • Jun. 11, 2018 10:30 a.m.

Comox Golf Club ladies June 7: first low gross Sue Leakey, 45; first low net Patti Harris, 36. Harris also had fewest putts (14).

June 12, Harris was first low gross with 86, and Linda Verdenhalven was first low net with 69. Gi Carlson had the fewest number of putts with 29.

•Sunnydale women June 12:

lst low gross 85 Crystal Friesen low net 68 Linda Broadbent

2nd low gross 87 Pat Peden low net 69 Bev Slater

3rd low gross 94 Judy Berkley low net 71 Chris Annand

4th low gross 96 Vicki Bombini low net 74 Chora Eilertsen

5th low gross 98 Joan Brown low net 75 Becky Kenner

6th low gross 98 Lys McCrone low net 76 Lesley Bird

7th low gross 98 Teri Sleigh low net 76 Charlene Cebryk

8th low gross low net 76 Jane Grant

Berkley had the lowest number of putts, and the longest putt.

KP 10 Sponsored by Rob Speer Pro Shop, Friesen

KP on 5 2nd shot Pat Rudolph

Birdies by Friesen, Slater and Rudolph

Chip Ins by Annand, Berkley, Sandra Gallaway, Magge Miller, Lois Westbrook and Friesen

•Comox ladies June 14 had 28 players turn out:

1st low gross. Jan Dafoe 40

2nd low net. Fran Robinson 33

Fewest number putts. Sue Piper. 13

Chip ins: Sue Piper, Patti Harris (2)

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