Jane Olson and Hazel Wadlegger discuss their scores on hole #4 during Ladies Golf Night at Lacarya on June 22. Photo submitted

Sunny weather brings out the golfers

There were 19 golfers out for Ladies Night on June 22

Submitted

There were 19 golfers out for Ladies Night on June 22. The sun is attracting more people out of the house to have some fun time.

The fun game was “hitting from the whites” and 12 of us stayed after the back 9 for a cool one and a hot dinner. Will have to wait till next week to find out who ended up with the best score and can hit farther than the rest of us.

The winners from the June 15 (week 7) Ladies Night were:

• Flight#1: Carol Hindle – low net; Madeline Klassen – low gross, long drive, long putt.

• Flight #2: Joan Streadwick – low gross, long drive; Korinne Isbister – low net; Jane Olson – long putt.

• Flight #3: Yevonne Cline – low gross; Carol McNeil – long putt.

Jane, Carol M., Larissa and Yevonne placed their ball in the pond on the first tee and were awarded a shiny new one. Madeline had the least putts and Carol M. was the most honest putter.

Joan Streadwick showed her good form by taking the Chip in on hole #5. There were no birdies this round so the pot increases.

Call Carol (674-8771) or Jane (587-6290) if you have any questions about Ladies Night.

Thanks to our sponsors: Rona, The Caboose, Home Hardware, The Painted Turtle, Pharmasave, Buy-Low Foods, Wells Gray Inn and Tim Hortons.

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