Sunnydale Tuesday Ladies wrap up season

Nine-hole scramble, meeting and dinner set for this Sunday

Oct. 2 was the closing round of golf for the Tuesday Sunnydale Ladies. It has been a fabulous season with the course and weather in great shape. Our ladies club captain Rona Lawson and her co-captain Ann McLeod did a stupendous job organizing us all. Thanks so much you two.

Low gross: Pat Peden 88, Teri Sleigh 91, Sandra Galloway 97, Vicki Bombini 95. Low net: Magge Miller 68, Penny Wagenstein 72, Barb Dixon 77, Rona Lawson 77.

Fewest putts was a three-way tie: Rona Lawson, Pat Peden and Penny Wagenstein.

Longest Putt on #9 was Pat Peden. KP on #10  Magge Miller, KP #15 Sandra Galloway, KP #5 2nd shot 0-24 hdcp was Terri Sleigh. KP #17 2nd shot 25 and over hdcp was Susie Currie. Pat Peden had the only birdie today but we had four chip-ins: Penny Wagenstein, Margaret Poje, Sharon Littler and Marg Cikiluk.

The nine-hole ladies also played today: Louise Smiley was both low gross and low net winner.  Ardene Larison was second low gross and first in putting.  Gertie Wesley and Coral Tanner tied for third low gross.

We are having a nine-hole scramble, meeting and dinner this Sunday to close off our season.

– Sunnydale Ladies Golf

 

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