Taylor wins Dorothy Olive Franklin Trophy

Thirty ladies participated in a tournament for the Dorothy Olive Franklin Trophy, June 5 at the Comox Golf Club.

The annual provincial tournament is to commemorate Dorothy’s contribution to golf at the club, provincial and national Levels. Proceeds are used to send promising junior golfers to out-of-province and international competitions. The format is Low Net Differential.

The winner was Phyllis Taylor with a net score of 69.

The low gross was Pat Everett with 90.

Phyllis Taylor had the fewest number of putts with 29.

Chip-ins: Taylor, Nancy Newton, Jean Kirby and Pat Schmidt.

•Sunnydale Thursday Night Ladies May 31: Coral Tanner had the Longest Putt on #2; Deb Hames was closet to the Pin on #3 on her second shot; Willa Fussey was in the trees on #4; Mary Lynn Doubinin was closest to the Pin on #5 on her third shot; Cheryl Sellers was in the Sandtrap on #6; Louise Bustard had the Longest Drive on #7; Colleen Robson had the lowest putts and Lorraine Nissen was the Most Honest Golfer.

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