Sunnydale Thursday Ladies underway

Everyone welcome to join weekly golf outing which has 5:30 p.m. tee off

 

 

 

Sunnydale Thursday Night Ladies started the season off May 9 with great weather and 26 women golfing.

Hole prizes went to: #1 Longest Drive to Marilyn Curley, #2 Closest to tree on right to Sylvia Stephens, #3 Closest to pin 2nd shot to June Fuller, #4 closest to rock to Monique Walker, #5 Closest to pin 3rd shot to Kathy Meunier, #7 Longest putt to Andrea McInnes. Lowest putts of 14 went to Dulce Rodriguez. Most honest golfer was Isobel Pacholuk.

Draw prizes: Arizona Gift Gallery to Anne Pokorny,

Boston Pizza to Dulce Rodriquez, Caffe Amantes to Maylene Friesen, Fluids Bar and Grill to Judy Mann, Jo Klassens Grill to Crystal Friesen and Andrea McInnes, Michaels Off Main to Willa Fussey, Safeway to June Fuller, Subway to Sylvia Stephens, Royston Roasting Company to Monique, Donation golf glove to Isabelle Pacholuk

See you next week, sign-up at 5 p.m., tee-off 5:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.

– Sunnydale Thursday Night Ladies

 

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