Lorelei Banford wins low gross at Comox

Brenda Good wins low net honours on a beautiful sunny day

Thirty-two ladies enjoyed a beautiful sunny June 17 at the Comox Golf Club Ladies Day.

Lorelei Banford had 84 for the low gross. Brenda Good lit the course up with net 60. Second, third, fourth and fifth low gross were won by Louise Luster  86, Nancy Riva 88, Sue Leakey 90 and Sharon Crowe 90.

Marg Kelly came second low net with a 66. Third to 11th place were won by Linda Diamond 69, Yvonne Baker 70, Pat Schmidt 70, Rosalie Williams 71, Patti Harris 71, Linda Broadbent 71, Grace Coulter 71 and Joyce Land 72. The skill prizes were won by Edith Albrecht, Anne Patterson, Pat Schmidt, Sharon Crowe, Yvonne Baker and Mary Ann Aikman.

Thursday evening was not so beautiful. The ladies had a blast in spite of the potpourri of weather. Low gross with 45 was Karen Vanetta and low net was won by Patti Harris with 34.

Second low gross and net were won by Sue Leakey 47 and Kathy Branch 39 respectively. Sue Leakey won low putts with 15. Long putts were won by Kathy Branch and Joanne Schroeder.

Sponsored prizes were won by: Longest drive 0-23 Kathy Branch; Longest drive 24+ Joan Baudais; KP on #14 Karen Vanetta; second shot KP on 18-Marg Siddall; third shot KP on #13- Mary Buchanan; Draw for Sand Shots- Sharon Crowe; Wet winner for ball in water hazard was Joan Baudais. Joan also won chocolates for her team after she chipped in on #15.

We especially would like to thank our hole Sponsors for Tuesday and Thursday: Thrifty’s, Arizona Gifts, Kathy Branch Hairstyling, Gibby’s Pro Shop, The Tee Box Restaurant, Chinook Forest Products, Bulk Barn, Panago Pizza, Playtime Gaming, and Looneyrama (Comox Mall).

– Comox Ladies Golf


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