Walker wins Alice Allen Memorial at Sunnydale Ladies

Par for the Course: A round-up of action from Comox Valley golf courses

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Sunnydale Tuesday Ladies  played for the Alice Allen Memorial Trophy this week. Trophy winner was Carolyn Walker with an 89. Runner-up gross was Teri Sleigh with 91.

Low net winner was Lys Mc Crone with 69 and runner-up was Fran Shaw with 72. Third low gross was Sharon Littler with 95 followed by Judy Berkley with 97 and Grace Rodriguez with 100.

Low net winners were Penny Wagonstein, Betty Lund and Trish Heyland with 74; Norma Rankin and Lois Westbrook with 75 and Jane Keoughan with 76.

Best putter was Magge Miller with only 27. Longest putt on #9 was Teri Sleigh; KP on #15 Teri Sleigh and KP on #10 Betty Lund.

KP on 2nd shot on #5 was Ann Mcleod. Birdies were made by Teri Sleigh and Magge Miller. Chip-in pins went to Lois Pynn, Trish Heyland, Doris Squire and Magge Miller.

A warm welcome was given to Maylene Friesen, our newest member. Next week we play for the Dorthy Olive Franklin which is a district affair. All proceeds go to junior golf in the district so don’t forget your toonies.

The nine-hole girls had nine players and low gross went to Louise Smiley. Second was Lorraine Clark. Low putts went to Ardene Larison. Three tied for 2nd putts: Jenny Lavery, Karen Smith and Jill McLaren. Next week will be regular golf.




Poker golf

On May 21, 50 players showed up for Glacier Greens Tuesday night men’s golf to play a new scramble game called poker golf:

1st King high flush Andy Blair, Randy Doan, Roy Hagg, Keith Wear, Reg Meeres.

2nd Pair jacks Bill Girard, Ted Sauve, Nick Mykitiuk, Mario Canil, Ross Brown.

3rd Pair 10s Chuck Kennedy, Bud Bryan, Scott Teasdale, Dan Dupuis, Al Murtaugh, Dick Stuart.

Hole winners:

#1 Roy Hagg (Chips Ahoy), #2 Dan Dupuis (Bill Kelly Pro Shop), #3 Leo Lamothe (A-Lure Barber Shop), #4 Chris Pouliot (Scott Fraser Real Estate), #5 Rod Eagan (Panago Pizza), #6 Al Passenen (Griffin Pub), #7 Ted Sauve (Little Caesar’s Pizza), #8 Mario Canil (Brian McLean Chevrolet),

#9 Chuck Kennedy (Billy D’s Pub).

Also there were some draw prizes sponsord by Applebee’s, Yamias Greek Taverna, Jo Klassens Grill and Coulter Auto Repair, Team Kalnay won the snip pot.




Team event

The May 15 competition for the Crown Isle Ladies golf club was a team event.  Following each hole, the team chose the two best net scores and added them together for their team score on each hole.

It was a tight race.  The first low net team with a score of 121 was Audrey Clark, Carol Ann Roulston, Sheila Vangisbergen and Donna Wilson. They were closely followed by four teams tied for second low net at 122.  These included: Pat Chalmers, Jan Macfarlane, and Barb Parker; Mavis Baines, Katy Macaulay, Joanne Meyer and Eveline Shaw; Jean Curry, Gillian Kirkpatrick, Maggie Maclean and Raelene Robertson; Marilyn McCusker, May Mitchell, Sandra Morton and Shirley Podovsky.

There was a ton of birdies: Carol Ayley (#7), Sandy Dudley (#9), Dee Horie (#9), Shirley Ketter (#14), Gillian Kirkpatrick (#7), Sandy Linhart (#2), Katy Macaulay (#10 and 14), Maggie Maclean (#11), May Mitchell (#2, #6 and #8), Barb Parker (#15), Raelene Robertson (#7 and 14), Carol Ann Roulston (#13), Eveline Shaw (#17), and Donna Wilson (#13).

KP winners were Carol Ayley on #7 and Jean Wharton on #16.  The par 5 pot (25+hcp) was shared by Margaret Forgeron (#10) and Pat Johnson (#1).

The game was followed by a great lunch at which special mention was made of Marilyn McCusker’s success last season.  Her low net score of 62 won the Dorothy Olive Franklin competition here at Crown Isle and was submitted for the Zone 6 championship – which she won.




Pink balls

Tuesday at Glacier Greens was pink ball day.

Winners for low gross was the team of Jan Edwards, Lorraine Courtemanche and Judy Felbaum with 93 and the lownet team was Connie Alexa, Carmel Horochuk and Rose Jacobson with 70.9.

Low putts at 29 were Rosslyn O’Rourke, Ann Blake and Jan Edwards. KP on #4 was Kim Delaval and on #12 Rosslyn O’Rourke.

The Ladies Open at Glacier Greens is fast approaching and we really would like to see you all there for fun and a great meal, so come out and join us.




Windy night

A sunny but windy and cold May 17 evening did not deter 27 enthusiastic Sunnydale Thursday Night Ladies from showing up for an evening of fun golf.

Dulce Rodriguez won closest to the ditch on #2 and closest to the pin 2nd shot. Crystal Friesen won longest putt plus she had the fewest putts.  Longest drive went to Marilyn Curley. Anna Butler won the sand trap honours and June Fuller was closest to the pin 3rd shot.  Our most honest golfer was Lillian Twells.

Draw prizes: Sunnydale Pro Shop – Sherry Harrison; Boston Pizza – Ann Pokorny; Comox Valley Flower Mart – Louise Bustard; Desiree’s Esthetics – Kathy Meunier; Fluid Bar & Grill – Coral Tanner; Jo Klassen’s Grill – Erica Roy, Frances Wright; Mulligans – Ardene Larison; Michaels Off Main – Dulce Rodriguez; Quality Foods – Maylene Friesen; Rhodo’s Coffee – Jenny Lavery, Monique Walker; Subway – Lorraine Clark; Wendy’s – Norma Killan; Extra Foods – Andrea McInnes.




Good day

The weather on Saturday, May 19 was as good as it gets for the 115 Glacier Greens players who came out to play, and the results were just as good.

Hcp. 0-11: Low gross Doug McArthur 71, Barry Norris, Jim Livingstone 74. Low net Rob Borland 66, Blair Peacock 68, Andy Blair 69. Snips: #1 Doug McArthur, #6 Jim Larocque.

Hcp. 12-16: Low gross Greg Fleet 81 c/b, Norm Felbaum 81, Gabe Trembley 82 c/b. Low net Wayne Wood 66, Joe Dunham 67, Jim Clark 68 c/b. Snips: #1 Ted Sauve, #2 (eagle) Gregg Fleet, #4 Rudge Wilson, #8 Mike Gibbs.

Hcp. 17+: Low gross Elmo Guinan 84, Glen Horsepool 86, Murray Polson 88. Low net Allan Dafoe 67, Jay Ferguson 68 c/b, Dick Stuart 68. Snips: #3 Jay Ferguson, #4 Ken Tait, #10 Jack Jackson, #12 Dick Stuart, #15 (POG) William Chiki.

Those are some very impressive scores but the weather was great and the course in good shape thanks to our greens crew. Next week it’s tee times till 9 a.m. then reverse shotgun start, play blue tees and POG on #7 and #12.




Fun round

On May 17, the Comox Thursday Night Ladies League had a great turnout for a fun round of golf.

The low gross winner was Nancy Newton, with a “smokin’” 38 followed by Jan Dafoe (43). Low net winner was Carmen

VanVeller (34), and second was a three-way tie among Laurie

Appleyard, Barb Buchanan and Jo Falco (35).

Nancy Newton won low putts with 13. Longest drives: Fran Robinson and Lorelei Banford; KPs: Karen Vanetta, Nancy Riva and Linda Callender. Longest putt: Karen Vanetta on #1; Pat Belanger on #8.

After the game, draw prizes were given out – dahlia bulbs kindly donated by Anne Patterson.

Tuesday, May 22, was our second Pin Day of the year. Marg Kelly won the Janice Cowie memorial pin with her low net score of 70. Nancy Riva with 92 had the low gross. Second low net was a tie between Anne Patterson and Mary Suchla who had 72.

Second low gross was a tie between Jean McCrea and Linda Callender with 93. Sharon Crowe and Monique Fawcett had the longest drive; Grace Coulter, Peg Runquist and Helen Dawber had KPs.

We would like to thank our sponsors: Signature Wines, Sprinklers, Doug Petrie Golf, Panago Pizza, Playtime Gaming, Loonyrama, Arizona Gifts, Kathy Branch, Shipwrecked Bead Shop and Chinook Forest Products.

Call the golf shop at 250-339-4444 to sign up for Thursday evenings. Check comoxgolfclub.ca for coming events.





“Tarbuck takes on Pinke.”

Sounds like a strange western movie, but it was beer and burger night at Sunnydale as both golfers shot matching 32.5s. Bob won on a countback for low net honours, followed by Mike Turnbull half a stroke behind with a 33.

On the gross side Shane Robinson had 38 and Damon Gaudet 39. Long drive #1 Mitch Carr Hilton. Silvio Alberti won the KP and for closest to the pin on #3 he won a head cover and cash plus a pot of gold.

Randy Bennett won a shirt from Sunnydale clubhouse for his KP 2nd shot #8. Long putt went to Bob Tarbuck on #9 thanks to the Whistle Stop. Ed Tanner won a set of darts from Pacific Western breweries for most sportsmanlike round of golf – better luck next Wednesday.


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