Nancy Riva takes low gross at Comox Ladies

Patti Harris was low net winner during regular Tuesday golf

On Tuesday, April 29, the Comox Ladies played a regular game of stroke play.

Low gross: Nancy Riva 91, June Fraser and Linda Callender 100, Nancy Newton 101.Low net: Patti Harris 76, Brenda Good 77, Marg Kelly 79. KPs: Barb Buchanan, Linda Verdenhalven, Suzy Venuta, Jean Kirby. Anne Patterson had the longest putt.

We would like to thank our sponsors: Panago Pizza, Playtime Gaming, Loonyrama, the Tee Box Restaurant and Gibby in the Golf Shop.

Next Tuesday, we will be playing Match vs. Par. We hope to see all the ladies and their guests at the club at 8 for an 8:30 a.m. start. Make sure to sign up before Monday at noon.

Our Thursday Night Ladies Golf started May 1 (5 p.m. for 5:30 shotgun start. This league is open to all lady golfers, members and non-members. Call the Golf Shop at 339-4444 to sign up your group.

– Comox Ladies Golf


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