Sunnydale ladies warm up for club championship

It was like a practice round for this weekend’s upcoming club championship for the ladies of the Sunnydale Golf Club on Tuesday, Aug. 18 as we played in foursomes of similar handicaps. At the end of the day Carolyn Walker was the low gross winner with a round of 87 and Barb Dixson was the low net winner with 68.

Linda Broadbent had a good day with 90, followed by Pat Peden 92, Laurie Appelyard 94, Linda Lee Root 95 and Teri Sleigh 96. On the net side Doris Squire posted 71, followed by Sandra Galloway 73, Fran Gibson 75, Patricia Lowe 75 and Frankie McCaffery 75.

Sharon Littler recorded the lowest number of putts with 26 and Marlene Gerrie had the long putt on #9.  Pat Rudolph was hitting the greens and won the KP on both #10 (prize from Rob Speer Pro Shop) and 2nd shot #5 for 25+ Hcp. Doris Squire won the KP on #15.

We will find out after the weekend whether Tuesday’s practice round was an indicator of whose names will be placed on the Club Championship Trophy.

– Sunnydale Ladies Golf

 

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