Sunnydale ladies warm up for Tillicum

Carolyn Walker shoots low gross 89; Sally Sloat takes low net with 67

The Sunnydale Ladies morning started off with a coolness that we really enjoyed. Our Tillicum golf tournament is coming up this Saturday, so we were trying our best to improve our game.

Here’s the stats: Low gross: Carolyn Walker 89, Kathie Reid 92, Jane Grant 93, Lys McCrone 94, Sandra Galloway 94. Low net: Sally Sloat 67, Charlene Ceybryk 69, Frankie McCaffery 70, Maggie Miller 71, Rona Lawson 72.

Sandra Galloway won the lowest number of putts with 25. Longest Putt on #9 was Rita Dalby. Charlene Ceybryk won KP on #10 which is sponsored by Rob Speer Pro Shop. KP on #15 Jane Grant, KP on #5  2nd shot 0-24 Hdcp. was Carolyn Walker, 25 and over was Frankie McCaffery. KP on #17  2nd shot 25 and over Hdcp. Sally Sloat.

Kathie Reid and Rona Lawson both had birdies.

Good luck everyone at the Tillicum this weekend.

– Sunnydale Ladies Golf


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