Jan Dafoe is Comox ladies champion

Pat Schmidt wins low net and also takes home the RCGA pin

JAN DAFOE WON this year's Comox Golf Club ladies championship.

The Comox Golf Club held their ladies club championship on the weekend.  The weather was beautiful and there were lots of good scores.

Jan Dafoe is our club champion again this year. The low net winner was Pat Schmidt and she also won the RCGA Pin.

Results by flights:

First Flight – Low gross winners Nancy Riva, Janice Nicklin and Nancy Newton. Low net winners Laurie Appleyard, Phyllis Taylor and Grace Coulter.

Second Flight – Low gross winners Kathy Branch, Carmen DeWinter and Peg Runquist. Low net winners Anne Patterson, Amber Dufour and Marg Kelly.

Third Flight – Low gross winners Maureen Taylor, Brenda Good and Joyce Land. Low net winners Bernice Sutherland, Deb McLean and Yvonne Baker.

Hole prizes both days were broken down by three flights.

Saturday: Longest Drives – Jan Dafoe, Carmen DeWinter and Deb McLean

Closest to the Pin – Grace Coulter, Amber Dufour and Maureen Taylor.

Sunday: Longest Drives – Laurie Appleyard, Kathy Branch and Deb McLean. Closest to the Pin – Linda Broadbent, Brenda Good and Carmen DeWinter.

After play on Sunday the ladies were treated to a delicious buffet prepared by the Tee Box Restaurant.

We would like to thank our hole sponsors for this event: Panago Pizza, Petrie Golf, The Tee Box Restaurant and Peg Runquist.

 

– Comox Ladies Golf

 

 

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