The Zone 6 Club Team Championship Trophy went to the Mount Brenton trio of (from left) Susan Kubisheski

Sunnydale Ladies host Zone 6 tournament

ummer season at Sunnydale Golf and Country Club.

Last Monday, June 6 we hosted the Zone 6 Club Team Championship. Eighty-one women (27 teams of three) representatives from various Mid and North Island golf clubs played in individual games and then combined their three scores to determine gross and net winners.

At the end of a beautiful sunny day the winning team was from Mount Breton with a low net score of 219 (Susan Kubisheski, Linda Williams and Linda Wall). The second place team was from Pheasant Glen with a score of 222 (Jean, Cotter, Linda McCann and Roz Scott).

Sunnydale entered three teams into the competition but, alas, did not place in the prizes. Kudos to all those involved in hosting this event – the golf course was in superb condition thanks to the efforts of the grounds staff and a wonderful lunch was served by Mark and Becky Jonason and their staff in the clubhouse.

Additionally, the hard work of the Zone 6 officials and Rob Speer and staff in our Pro Shop made this an extremely successful, fun day.

Ladies Day

On Tuesday, June 7, we had 38 golfers play Ladies Day. Judging from the number of lower scores, it appears our members are getting their games tuned up, thanks in part to the great course conditions.

Winner for the day with a low gross score of 87 was Pat Peden. Teri Sleigh was second (90), Laurie Appleyard third (91), Lys McCrone fourth (93) while Carolyn Walker and Joan Brown tied for fifth (95).

We had a three-way tie for first low net between Betty Lund, Kathie Reid and Doris Squire (69). Sally Sloat was second (70), Susie Currier third (71) and Francis Shaw fourth (72).

KP winners were Lois Westbrook (#10 sponsored by Rob Speer Pro Shop), Joan Brown (#15) and Sally Sloat (#5 25+Hcp).  There was a tie for lowest number of putts with 27 by Lys McCrone and Kathie Reid and Doris Squire managed the longest putt on #9.

Women interested in playing in our Royal LePage Ladies Tillicum on Aug. 6 have until June 30 to enter the early bird draw. This is a partnered two-ball tournament with low gross and net prizes. Phone the pro shop at 250-334-3232 or visit our website for more information.

 

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