Sunnydale Ladies Club

July 7 report

  • Jul. 15, 2015 12:00 p.m.

Sunnydale Ladies Club

It was a smaller contingent than usual at Sunnydale Ladies Club on Tuesday, July 7th, as Captain Lys McCrone and 11others were away to support Crown Isle’s Ladies Club  Field Day. Co-Captain Penny Wagenstein presided over the activities at our home course with 26 golfers in attendance.

Low gross winner was Linda Lee Root (90) while Lucille Campbell was the low net winner with an impressive score of 65.

The other ow gross scores were Linda Broadbent (92), Laurie Appleyard (93), Joan Brown (96) and Marlene Gerrie (98) while the low net scores were Pat Rudolph (69), Sandra Galloway (76), Lorna Fowler (73) and Chris Annand (74).

Several ladies shared the fewest putts, with 29 – Cheryl Bickle, Sandra Galloway, Betty Lund and Pat Rudolph, and Penny Wagenstein had the longest putt on No. 9.

KP winners were Linda Broadbent (No. 10, sponsored by Rob Speer Pro Shop), Chris Annand (No. 15) and Rita Dalby second shot No. 5 for 25+ hdcp.).

It seems everyone’s game is sharpening up in the great summer course conditions and we recorded many birdies and chip-ins from the ladies on Tuesday.

The Sunnydale Ladies Club Tillicum Golf Tournament takes place on Sunday, Aug. 9 and is a two-ball best ball format. On Saturday evening we get the tournament started with a “Big Break” contest followed by a wine and cheese get together. Phone the pro shop at 334-3232 for more information. Names are being taken for golfers who don’t have a partner for the tournament.

 

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