Nancy Riva wins low gross at Comox Tuesday ladies golf

Twenty-three Comox Ladies played on a cooler day than normal Tuesday, Sept. 1. Nancy Riva and Barb Buchanan won low gross and low net for the day with 88 and 68 respectively. Sue Leakey shot 89 with Doris Ellis 92 and Sharon Crowe 94. With a net score of 74, Mary Suchla was second low net with Anne Patterson 75, Gi Carlson 75 and Pat Schmidt with 75.

Thanks goes to Keith Gibson from Investors Group, Jesse from the Pro Shop, Adrian from the Tee Box, Looneyrama and Panago Pizza for being our prize sponsors today.

Linda Diamond was closest to the bucket, Linda Callender was in the creek on #4. Closest to the hole on #5 and 14 was Sharon Crowe. Closest to the hole  for #9 and #18 in two shots was Pat Ailles and Linda Verdenhalven won the draw for in the sand anywhere on the course. Our two longest putts were sunk by Grace Coulter and Barb Buchanan.

Our thanks and good luck wishes go to Linda Callender as she and her husband plan to move to the mainland. Thanks for all the hard work that you put into the ladies club and as a board member.

– Comox Ladies Golf

 

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