Lys McCrone wins Sunnydale low gross

Tuesday Ladies had 33 golfers out for weekly league play

Thirty-three golfers came out for Sunnydale Tuesday Ladies club on May 7.

Lys McCrone led the pack with a 92 for first low gross. Second low went to Carolyn Walker with 93, third was Teri Sleigh with 97, fourth was a tie with Joan Brown and Trish Heyland with 98, and Sharon Littler shot 99 to finish the top group.

On the low net side, Vicki Bombini had the first place honour with a score of 70. Second was Francis Shaw with 73, third Penny Wagenstein, Ann McLeod, Magge Miller and Becky Kenner all with a score of 76.

Teri Sleigh won low putts with 27 for her round. Longest putt on #9 went to Lorna Fowler. KP on #10 sponsored by Rob Speers Pro Shop went to Carolyn Walker. KP on #15 Sally Sloat. KP on #5 (2nd shot 25 h/c and over) Vicki Bombini. Chip-in went to Doris Squire.

 

– Sunnydale Ladies Golf

 

 

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