Sunnydale Ladies keeping cool

Lots of prizes given out at regular Thursday night golf outing

Sunnydale Ladies had a cool Thursday night on May 29.

Hole prizes were given out on: #2 to Mary Lynn for shots out of the sand trap, #3 to Judy Hughes for closest to the pin 2nd shot, #4 to Ardene Larison for closest to the big rock, #5 to June Fuller for closest to pin 3rd shot, #6 to Louise Smiley for the longest drive, #9 to Peggy Ferguson for longest putt. Lowest Putts of nine went to Jenny Lavery and the Most Honest Golfer was Cora Hawkins.

Draw prizes were given out from: Booster Juice to Corinne Innes, Boston Pizza to Erma Derkson, Curves–Comox to Jenny Lavery, Curls N Cuts to June Fuller, Fluids Bar & Grill to Coral Tanner, Investors Group/Locals Restaurant to Judy Mann, Jo Klassen to Erica Roy and Peggy Ferguson, Michaels off Main to Cora Hawkins, Quality Foods-Comox to Judy Hughes, Rhodos Coffee to Louise Smiley, Royston Roasting Co. to Mary Lynn, Tim Hortons to Fran Wright, Pro Shop to Ardene Larison.

Thursday Night Ladies sign up at 5 p.m., tee off at 5:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.

 

– Sunnydale Ladies Golf

 

 

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