Sunnydale Ladies enjoy first day of summer











Sunnydale Ladies enjoyed a beautiful sunny day for the first day of summer on Tuesday, June 21.

The low gross winners were: Bev Byerley 86, Fran Shaw 93, Becky Kenner and Jane Grant with 94, Sandra Gallaway and Gerri Tolhurst with 95 and Lys McCrone and Marlene Gerrie with 97.

Low net winners were: Sharon Littler with 68, Ann Gardam 69, Fran Gibson and Trisha Harris with 70 and Jane Keoughan with 71. Low putt winners were Lys McCrone and Fran Gibson with 27. Frankie McCaffrey won long putt on #9. KP#10 was Sandra Gallaway and Anna Butler won KP #15. KP #5 in 2 shots was Vicki Bambini who also got her first birdie.

Regular golf next week 8 for 8:30 a.m.  See you there.

Nine-hole ladies had a good turnout also and low gross winner was Louise Smiley. Jill McLaren won low net and Gertie Wesley was low putt winner. Honourable mention goes to Louise Smiley who broke 50 and also to Lorraine Clark for her chip-in on #11. Carol Busse enjoyed two pars on #10 and #17. Next week is regular golf 8 for 8:30 a.m.


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