Sunnydale ladies enjoy sunny day

Pat Peden shoots 92 to take low gross honours on warm Tuesday

When the sun shines, golfers are a happy bunch. Sunnydale Ladies Club on May 6 had a field of 32 women for their regular Tuesday round. Only Pat Peden broke 100 and was low gross winner with her score of 92. She was followed by Judy Berkeley 100, Joan Brown 104, Trish Heyland 106 and Lois Westbrook 106.

Low net winner was Vicki Bombini with a score of 74. Fran Shaw and Penny Wagenstein tied with a score of 78, while Andrea McInnes posted 80 and Trish Harris 82.

Five women tied with 31 low putts: Judy Berkeley, Maylene Friesen, Marlene Gerrie, Lys McCrone and Magge Miller.

KP winner on #15 was Lois Westbrook and KP winner on #5 second shot was Penny Wagenstein. Charlene Cebryk won a draw from Rob Speer Pro Shop as no one managed to hit and stay on the green on #10.

The Tuesday Morning 9-Hole Ladies group reported that Gertie Wesley had chip-ins on #1 and #8. Louise Smiley was the low gross winner and Ardene Larison won low net. Gertie Wesley had the lowest number of putts.

We always welcome green fee players to play with either the 9-Hole or 18-Hole ladies clubs.  Phone the Pro Shop for times and details 250-334-3232.

This Thursday Night, May 8, is the first week for the Thursday Night Ladies Golf. Come out for a fun, relaxed evening of nine holes of golf. Non-members are most welcome at a cost of only $15. Be at the clubhouse at 5 p.m. for a 5:30 start.


– Sunnydale Ladies Golf



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