It was a perfect day – maybe too perfect

Outstanding weather draws ladies away from weekly golfing activity

Thursday, Aug. 25 was a perfect day for golf. However, as there were only eight golfers out for a game, it must have been a perfect day to do other things. Maybe because it was four-clubs-only night there were fewer ladies out.

Flight one winners were Katie Holdyk for low gross, KP on hole #5, and long drive. Madeline Klassen had the low net score, Karen Caissie had the longest putt and Carol Hindle had the long drive in two on hole #9.

In flight 2, Larissa Hadley had low gross and the longest putt. Abbey Bates had the low net, longest drive and long drive in 2.

In the competitions open to both flights, Carol Hindle had KP on hole #7 and the least number of putts , Katie H. had the longest putt and Larissa was the most honest putter. There were no balls put into the pond on hole #4 (well done everyone). The Deuce and Birdie pots continue to grow.

Thank you to our local sponsors: Buy-Low Foods, Home Hardware, Painted Turtle Restaurant, Lacarya Golf Course, Pharmasave, Century21/Risson Realty and Wells Gray Inn.

 

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