Ladies golf results

Comox Golf Club ladies played 18 holes Tuesday, July 9:

1st low gross – four-way tie with a score of 94: Lorelei Banford, Nancy Riva, Mary Buchanan and Suzy Venuta

1st low net – Stephanie Moulton. 70

Fewest # putts – Louise Luster 30

Longest putt #3 – Michelle Dunn

Longest putt #8 – Banford

Chip ins – Patti Harris, Doris Ellis, Sharon Crowe, Nancy Newton. Jean Kirby and Diane Hodges

•July 11, nine holes:

1st low gross – Tammy Brunin 41

1st low net – Gloria Grieve, Susan Holly and Michelle Dunn tied with 35

Fewest # Putts – Brunin, 14

Longest putt #3 – Trisha Stockand

Longest putt #8 – Jill Blacklock

Crown Isle report July 9/19:

Gross Winners:

1st- Sheila VanGisbergen 81

2nd-Carol Ayley 83

3rd- Katy Macaulay and Jan Bain tied, 84

4th- Sue Fulkerth 85

Net Winners:

1st- Kathyrn Nimchuk 63

2nd-Leslie Degagne 64

3rd- Linda Foreman and Shirley Ketter tied, 65

4th- Marlene Horvath, Mary Payne and Donna LeClair tied, 66

KP’s (0-19hcp) Sue Fulkerth #4, Jan Bain #12

KP’s (20+hcp) Degagne #4, Nimchuk #12

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