Walker and Fowler rediscover their game at Sunnydale Ladies golf

Early Tuesday morning, July 12, Sunnydale golfers Carolyn Walker and Lorna Fowler both commented that they were struggling with their golf games this season. Their worries were for naught, however, because at the end of Tuesday’s round, Carolyn was the low gross winner with a score of 87 and Lorna was the low net winner with 67.

Other gross winners were Pat Peden (89), Lois Westbrook (96), Teri Sleigh (97), Lys McCrone (98) and Joan Brown and  Trish Heyland (99). On the net side, other winners were Pat Rudolph (73), Colleen Lawrence and Sally Sloat (75) and Becky Kenner and Sharon Littler (76).

Penny Wagenstein was the low putt winner with 25 and Frankie McCaffery had the longest putt on #9.

KP winners were Barb Dixson (#15), Penny Wagenstein (#5 for 25+Hcp) and Barry Ann Bury (#10 sponsored by Rob Speer Pro Shop).

Only two birdies were recorded – Pat Peden and Penny Wagenstein – while chip-ins were plentiful: Pat Peden, Sally Sloat, Sharon Littler, Lorna Fowler and Maylene Friesen.

The concluding rounds of the Good Cup Match Play will be played by Comox and Sunnydale ladies members at Sunnydale on Thursday, July 14. Sunnydale members are hoping that we can redeem ourselves on our home turf. The Good Cup will be awarded at the conclusion of Thursday’s games and is coveted by both golf clubs.

There are still spots available for the Sunnydale Ladies Tillicum Partnered 2 Ball Tournament which is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 6 with a skills contest and social on Aug. 5. Check the Sunnydale website or phone the Pro Shop at 250-334-3232 for more info.

 

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