Warm night, good turn out for Sunnydale Ladies

Plenty of prizes handed out at weekly Thursday round of golf

Sunnydale Thursday Night Ladies July 10 had a warm evening and a good turn out.

Prizes were given out for: #2 for shots out of the sandtrap to Judy Hughes, #3 for closest to the pin 2nd shot to Lynda Baker, #4 for closet to the big rock to Erma Derkson, #5 for closet to the pin 3rd shot to Maylene Friesen, #6 for longest drive to Pearl Madden. June Fuller had the longest putt on #9, Mary Lynn Doubinin had lowest putts, Most Honest Golfer was Pearl Madden.

Draw prizes were from: Rob’s Pro Shop to Mary Lynn, Booster Juice to Lynda Baker, Boston Pizza to Jean Wheaton, Fluids Bar & Grill to Judy Hughes, Investors Group/Locals Restaurant to Louise Smiley, Jo Klassen’s to Diane Bowley and June Fuller, Michaels Off Main to Monique Walker, Panago Pizza to Erma Derkson, Quality Foods-Comox to Pearl Madden, Royston Roasting Co. to Andrea McInnes.

Thursday Night Ladies sign up at 5 p.m., tee off at 5:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.

– Sunnydale Ladies Golf

 

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