No rain good news for Sunnydale ladies

Par for the Course: A round-up of action from Comox Valley golf courses

 

 

 

Sunnydale Thursday Night Ladies June 27 had a great evening – no rain! There were 14 women golfing, welcome to Belle Brown.

Hole prizes went to: #1 longest drive – Barb Dixson; #2 closest to tree on right – Erma Derkson; #3 closest to pin 2nd shot – Coral Tanner; #4 closest to big rock – Chery Sellers; #5 closest to pin 3rd shot – Fran Wright; #7 longest putt – Anna Butler. Lowest Putts – Monique Walker. Most Honest Golfer – Belle Brown

Draw prizes:

Absolutely You to Erma Derkson, A & W to Cheryl Sellers, Boston Pizza to Judy Hughes, Curves Courtenay to Anna Butler, Extra Foods to Coral Tanner, Fluids Bar and Grill to Belle Brown, Investors Group Comox & Locals Restaurant to Lois Pynn, Jo Klassens Grill to June Fuller & Mary Lynn Doubinin, Michaels Off Main to Louise Smiley, Quality Foods to Marilyn Curley, Royston Roasting Company to Barb Dixson,

Subway to Fran Wright, Rob’s Pro Shop to Monique Walker.

All ladies welcome: sign up at 5 p.m., tee-off 5:30 p.m.

– Sunnydale Ladies Golf

 

 

 

Qualifier

Comox Tuesday Morning Ladies on June 18 competed for net qualifying in Zone 6.

Low gross: Suzy Venuta 85, Lorelei Banford 95, Amber Dufour 96, Marg Kelly 97. Low net: Nancy Newton 66, Joyce Land 68, Jo Falco and Barb Buchanan 72, Deb McLean and Pat Belanger 73, Edith Albrecht 75.

Hole prizes: Panago Pizza – closest to bucket – Edith Albrecht; Petrie Golf – KP 4/13 low – Suzy Venuta; Playtime Gaming – KP 5/14 low – Grace Coulter; Tee Box – KP 7/16 high – Edith Albrecht; Looneyrama – KP 9/18 high – Jo Falco; Longest putt – Grace Coulter.

 

– Comox Ladies Golf

 

 

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