Sunnydale Tuesday Ladies shooting low scores

The great condition of the fairways and greens, as well as all the sunshine we have been experiencing, must be aiding players to record low scores for Sunnydale Tuesday Ladies Days.

On June 23, Carolyn Walker was the low gross winner with 85, followed closely by Pat Peden, with 86. The other low gross winners were Teri Sleigh 90, Vicki Bombini 94, Sharon Littler 95 and Laurie Appleyard 97.

On the low net side, Pat Rudolph was the winner with a score of 71. Maylene Friesen scored 73 and Rona Lawson 74. BarryAnn Bury and new member, Rosalie Williams, tied with 75, while Kathie Reid shot a net 76.

Lowest number of putts was won by Penny Wagenstein with 27 and Lys McCrone had the longest putt on #9. KPs were won by BarryAnn Bury (#10 sponsored by Rob Speer Pro Shop) while Bel Brown won KP on #15 and KP 2nd Shot for 25+ Hcp. on #5.

Next Tuesday, we will be celebrating Canada Day by teeing off alternately from the red and white tees. Non-members are always welcome to join us for Tuesday Ladies Day. Be at the clubhouse at 8:30 for a 9 a.m. shotgun start.

– Sunnydale Ladies Golf

 

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