Jan Dafoe three-peats as Comox Ladies champion

Great weekend of golf on Sept. 6-7 included Linda Broadbent winning low net pin

The Comox men’s and ladies’ golf club championships were held Sept. 6-7. It couldn’t have been a nicer weekend. The weather was great, the course was in absolutely beautiful condition and the camaraderie was wonderful.

Jan Dafoe defended her title for a third straight year with a total score of 167 (83-84). Linda Broadbent won the low net pin with a score of 139. These two ladies will represent us at the Tournament of Champions at Eaglecrest next spring.

In the championship flight: Low gross was Lorelei Banford with 170 followed by Suzy Venuta 173 and Janice Nicklin 178. Low net was Laurie Appleyard 142 then Nancy Riva 145 and Sue Leakey 146.

In the second flight: Low gross Linda Callender 184, Phyllis Taylor 187, Kathy Branch 196. Low net Mary Buchanan 146, Brenda Good 150, Jean Kirby 151.

In the third flight: Low gross Barb Buchanan 213, Pat Ailles 215, Wendy Christie 224. Low net Loella Dooe 153, Yvonne Baker 157, Bernice Sutherland 160.

Hole prizes: Long drive (0-17) Saturday and Sunday – Laurie Appleyard; Long drive (18-28) Saturday – Linda Callender, Sunday – Kathy Branch; Long drive (29+) Sunday – Yvonne Baker.

Closest to the flags were: Saturday – Sue Leakey, Linda Callender, and Linda Diamond;  Sunday – Suzy Venuta, Patti Harris and Barb Buchanan. Longest putt for Saturday – Suzy Venuta and Sunday – Louise Luster.

Thank yous go out to Linda Broadbent and Linda Callender for organizing the tournament, John and his staff for having the course in such great condition, Gibby and the Pro shop staff  for all their help and of course to Adrian and his staff at the Tee Box Restaurant for our great meal.

 

– Comox Ladies Golf

 

 

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