Sunnydale ladies turning in good scores

Good scores seem to be the norm for a lot more Sunnydale Ladies Club members now that we are full swing into the summer golf season.

Lynda Lee Root was the low gross winner on Tuesday, July 28 scoring 89. Laurie Appleyard had a good game coming in second with a 91.

There was a three-way tie for third at 92 among Joan Rallison, Teri Sleigh and Carolyn Walker. Rounding out the low gross winners was Pat Peden with 93.

On the net side, Cheryl Bickle was the winner with 70. Linda Broadbent was right behind with 71 while Chris Annand and Nancy Dyke were tied for third with 72. Barb Dixson was fourth with 73.

Jenny Lavery and Laurie Appleyard shared the low putt award with 27 putts while our guest player, Kathy Binns, was the winner of the longest putt on #9.

KPs were won by Cheryl Bickle on #10 (sponsored by Rob Speer Pro Shop), Kathie Reid on #15, and Magge Miller on #5 for 25+ Hcp on the second shot.

The annual Royal LePage Ladies Tillicum at Sunnydale Golf Course tees off on Saturday, Aug. 8. This is a 2-ball best-ball event. There will be an individual skills challenge followed by wine and cheese on the Friday night. Entry forms can be obtained from the pro shop.

For further information, call Rona Lawson 250-339-5391 or Betty Lund 250-338-0937.

– Sunnydale Ladies Golf

 

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