ladies golf results

Forty-three ladies shot nine holes Thursday, Aug. 15 at Comox Golf Club:

1st low gross. Tammy Brunin 41

1st low net. Diane Hing. 32

Fewest # putts. Kathy Branch, Katie Doran, Louise Luster and Penny Tutt tied with 14 putts

Longest putt #3 hole. Barb Buchanan

Longest putt #8 hole. Sue Leakey

Chip ins – Branch, Donna Ermentrout and Noreen McCaffray

•Forty-eight ladies took part in a Team Stroke event Aug. 13 at Crown Isle:

1st with a net score of 281 – Donna LeClair, Sandra Morton, Linda Foreman and Sheila VanGisbergen.

2nd low net score of 287 – Jennifer Turner, Gwen Rypien, Kathy Thompson and Pauline Yelland.

3rd low net on countback, 289- Pat Johnson, Mary Payne, Jan Bain and Sandra Linhart.

4th low net 289- Daneen Karch, Norma Jean Huculak, Jan MacFarlane and Rhonda Ryan.

KP’s -(0-19 hcp) May Mitchell # 4, Sue Fulkerth # 12

KP’s -( 20+ hcp) Yelland #4, Thompson #12

Congratulations to Lee Sook: three birdies (#4, 7 and 12)

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