Sunnydale ladies in action at home course and also Comox

Sunnydale Tuesday Ladies had a split field of golfers on July 26. Twenty–three women golfed in our usual Tuesday match at Sunnydale and approximately another 15 women were at Comox Golf Club for our return inter-club game.

Our home course low gross winner was Joan Rallison with 86. She was followed by Carolyn Walker 90, Barb Dixson 97, and Trish Heyland and Judy Berkeley 98.

The low net winner for the day was Charlene Cebryk with a 73. The other low net winners were Colleen Lawrence 75, Fran Gibson 77 and Marg Cikaluk and Doris Squire with 79.

The lowest number of putts was 27 by Barb Dixson and Sandra Gallaway had the longest putt on #9. Rona Lawson won KP on #15, Barb Dixson had KP on #10 (sponsored by Rob Speer Pro Shop) and Doris Squire the KP on #5 for 25+Hcp 2nd shot.

Barb Dixson also was the only birdie winner for the day with a birdie on #10. An all round good day of golf for Barb.

At Comox, Laurie Appleyard was the low gross winner for the day with 91 closely followed by her pal Linda Broadbent with 92. Lois Westbrook recorded the lowest number of putts with 27.

All in all, the Sunnydale women had a pretty good showing in Comox. The Comox Ladies Club were great hosts and after golf we enjoyed a superb lunch at their clubhouse.

The 52nd annual Royal LePage Ladies Tillicum Golf Tournament is set to go this Saturday, Aug. 6. This 2-Ball Partnered event is just about sold out with 116 women registered at last count.

We have just a few spots left so check out the Sunnydale website or phone the Pro Shop at 250-334-3232 for more information on this great tournament.

 

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