Sunnydale Ladies play for Westbrook Memorial Trophy

Pat Rudolph and Joan Brown winners; Lois Westbrook and Marg Cikaluk runners-up

Pat Rudolph accepts the winners trophy from Lois Westbrook and Lys McCrone. Missing from photo is Joan Brown.

Sunnydale Tuesday Ladies Golf Club played in teams of two on Aug. 11 for the honour of having our names engraved on the Susan Westbrook Memorial Trophy.

The twosomes were based on combined handicaps and the game was alternate shot (two ball). At the end of the round Pat Rudolph and Joan Brown were the winners with a score of 68.5. Runners-up were Lois Westbrook and Marg Cikaluk with 73.

Low gross scores were Trish Heyland and Sally Sloat, Fran Gibson and Magge Miller, and Pat Lowe and Frankie McCaffery with 100.

Low net scorers were Teri Sleigh and Gayle Odo (76.5), Maylen Friesen and Bel Brown (79), Linda Lee Root and Rita Dalby (79.5), Linda Broadbent and Betty Lund (80.5) and Cheryl Bickle and Becky Kenner (80.5).

Fran Gibson and Magge Miller had the lowest number of putts (27) and Maylene Friesen won the KP on hole #10.

 

– Sunnydale Ladies Golf

 

 

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