Suzy Venuta, Edith Albrecht win at Comox Tuesday Ladies golf

Suzy Venuta and Edith Albrecht were the winners of low gross 87 and low net 68 respectively under perfect conditions at Comox Tuesday Ladies on May 19.

It was a qualifying day for the CTC to be played at Storey Creek on June 8. Pat Schmidt, Edith Albrecht and Val Pearce are Team #1 and Team #2 is Patti Harris, Linda Calender and Grace Coulter. Phyllis Taylor and Sue Leakey tied at 92 and Grace Coulter scored a 93 in the gross division.

The net scores were as follows: Anne Patterson- 69, Pat Schmidt- 70, Barb Buchanan-73, Val Pearce- 74 and with a tie of a score of 75 were- Patti Harris, Linda Baker, Sook Kim, and Jean McCrea.

Closest to the bucket was Marg Kelly sponsored by Keith Gibson-Investors Group. Sue Leakey won the Tee Box lunch for closest to the hole on #5 and #14. Jesse and Nadine from the Pro Shop sponsored the prize for ball in the water on #5 and #14, which Sharon Crowe won. Anne Patterson won closest  to the hole on #4 and #13 and closest to the hole in 2 on #9 and 18. The longest putts were won by Linda Baker and Val Pearce.

Come out and join the ladies. Guests are welcome. Sign up in the pro shop 250-339-4444 or in the locker room at the clubhouse. Thanks go out to the generous support from our sponsors.

 

– Comox Tuesday Ladies Golf

 

 

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