‘Tree-mendous’ fun for Comox Ladies golfers

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On Thursday, June 16, Nancy Riva had Comox Thursday Ladies low gross score with 42, followed by Sue Leakey with 43.

Barb Buchanan had the low net score with 33 and there was a three-way tie between Suzy Venuta, Nancy Newton and Anne Patterson for the second low net – they each shot 34. Marg Walker had the lowest putts with 14. The fun game for the evening was to count how many trees you could hit in one game, which was won by Kirsten Buchanan, who hit nine trees. Kirsten and Mary Buchanan each had chip-ins.

The Thursday night ladies league would like to thank our sponsors – Signature Wines, Panago Pizza, Sprinklers Grill, Avon Representative, Arizona Gifts, Videos ‘n More, Shipwrecked on 6th, Chinook Forest Products, Dr. P. Nasralla and Double G Golf. The hole prizes went to Louise Luster, Linda Callender, Carmen VanVeller, Laurie Appleyard and Nancy Riva.

 

On June 30, the Comox Ladies will have “Bring a Friend” night. Members of the Comox Golf Club are encouraged to bring their friends out for a fun evening of golf. It will be a scramble format with reduced green fees of $10 for guests. Call the pro shop at 250-339-4444 for more information and to sign up.

 

 

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