Pin Day for Crown Isle Ladies

May 17 was the first Pin Day of the season for the Crown Isle Ladies golf club and 37 participants were treated to a day of sunshine. Each season there are six Pin Days with RCGA, BCGA and Zone awards for individual total net score with all putts holed out. Congratulations go to the following: Dee Horie for 1st low net at 70 and Julie Tuepah and Pat Chalmers for their tied 2nd low net of 71. The 1st low gross was May Mitchell (84) and 2nd low gross was Marilyn McCusker (87). The best in the low putts category was Donna Wilson (29), closely followed by Mavis Baines, Sandy Dudley and Iris Peterson (three-way tie at 30). KPs were awarded to Katy Macaulay on #7 and Sandy Dudley on #16. Birdies were scored by May Mitchell (#1), Sandy Dudley (#14 and #16) and Mavis Baines (#16). Snacks and snapshots had everyone smiling before teeing off on #17. Sunny day Sunnydale Ladies enjoyed a lovely sunny day Tuesday, May 17 with results as follows: 1st low gross with 92 were Marlene Gerrie and Lys McCrone. 2nd low gross Carolyn Walker with 99, 3rd was Fran Shaw with 100 and Trish Heyland was 4th with 102. Sharon Littler and Lois Westbrook were 5th with 107. On the net side the winners are: 1st low net was Bel Brown and Grace Rodriguez with 80, 2nd low net Rona Lawson and Dianne Hing with 81. Carlene Cebryk and Vicki Bombini were 3rd with 82 and Heather Blackburn was 4th with 83. Congratulations to Marlene Gerrie with low putts of 25. Sharon Littler had the long putt on #9. KP on #10 was Ann McLeod. KP#15 was Lois Westbrook and KP 2nd shot #5 was Rona Lawson. Ten ladies were out for the nine-hole group. Today was Most Enthusiastic Golfer Day and the winner was Leone Jensen. Runner-ups were Jean Hnatiuk, Gertie Wesley and Lellian Twells. Honourable mention goes to Louise Smiley and Jill McLaren both with pars on #5. Men rolling The results for Sunnydale Men’s Club for May 15: Low gross 0-10 Doug Petrie 73, Tyler Van Anrooy 73. Low net 0-10 Dave Pye 69. Low gross 11-up went to Silvio Alberti 77, Randy Bennett 80. Low net 11-up Jim Johnson 66, Darrell Smith 69 and Bruce Dunegan 70. KPs: #10 Gord Rallison, #15 Dan Woods, #17 Dave Pye. Long Putt: #13 (sponsored by Subway) Darrell Smith, #18 (sponsored by Midland Tools) Silvio Alberti. This Sunday, May 22 tee off time will now be at 8 a.m. with sign up by 7:30 a.m. In the pink It was a fun Tuesday at Glacier Greens with the ladies in teams of three, taking turns playing the pink ball for a total of six holes each. At the end of the round only the total score of the pink ball  is the gross score for the team. Gross winners were Gene Renaud, Roberta Cadieu, and Irene Perry with a total of 91.  Michelle McCann, Marie Israel and Kim DeLaval placed second with 98. Adding the total handicaps for the team and dividing by three, then subtracting from the gross score, gave each team a net score. Net winners found a tie with Marg Rushton, Lynn Pringle and Bernice Henderson with score of 74 duplicated by Donna Wilson, Rosslyn O’Rourke and Rose Jacobson. Quickly approaching is the Glacier Greens Ladies Open tournament on Saturday, June 11. Entry forms are also available online on the Glacier Greens website. “Looking forward to seeing you at the tournament!” a spokesperson said.

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