Ladies Golf season has finished up with the championship game taking place on Sept. 7. Pictured is of all the participants. Back row (l-r): Jane Olson, Carol McNeil, Hazel Wadlegger, Tanya Desjarlais, Carol Hindle, Marg Anderson, Joan Foster, Larissa Hadley. Middle row (l-r): Jan Johnston, Deanna Pendergast, Joan Streadwick, Sheila Colter, Joan Slingsby. Front row (l-r): Marie Giesbrecht, Abbey Bates, Kay Knox. Photo submitted Ladies Golf season has finished up with the championship game taking place on Sept. 7. Pictured is of all the participants. Back row (l-r): Jane Olson, Carol McNeil, Hazel Wadlegger, Tanya Desjarlais, Carol Hindle, Marg Anderson, Joan Foster, Larissa Hadley. Middle row (l-r): Jan Johnston, Deanna Pendergast, Joan Streadwick, Sheila Colter, Joan Slingsby. Front row (l-r): Marie Giesbrecht, Abbey Bates, Kay Knox. Photo submitted

Lacarya Ladies Golf championship

Fifteen ladies participate in final game

By Abbey Bates

Another Ladies Golf season has concluded with the championship game taking place on Sept. 7. Fifteen ladies participated and we had one guest, Joan Foster, who came all the way from Williams Lake to play with her friend Kay Knox. The Championship was 18 holes and it was a long day.

However, with perfect weather, it was a good day to play and have fun with friends.

Overall low gross went to Tanya Desjarlais and Overall low net was won by Larissa Hadley.

For Flight 1 Deanna Pendergast had low gross and Carol Hindle had low net. For Flight 2 Joan Slingsby had low gross and Joan Streadwick had low net. For Flight 3 Marie Giesbrecht had low gross and Hazel Wadlegger has second low gross.

Lacarya Ladies Day Golf report

Longest putt by flight was Carol H. at 69” for Flight 1, for Flight 2 Joan Streadwick at 37.5” and for Flight 3 Abbey Bates at 107”.

There were 2 KP’s on hole 5 with Deanna P. winning a half membership from Lacarya Golf Course for her tee shot that landed within a foot of the pin. Jan Johnston also got her tee shot onto the green. Long drive was won by Tanya D. for Flight 1, Joan Streadwick for Flight 2 and Marie G. for Flight 3. Sheila Colter had a fantastic Chip In on hole 1. Deanna P. got a Birdie from her close shot on 5 and Larissa had a Birdie on 7.

Marg Anderson, Carol McNeil, Kay Knox, and Jane Olson received a prize as well for their support for the club.

Another successful Ladies Golf Night and it would not be possible without support from the members, our sponsors and from Dawn and Mike. Great food, great friends and wonderful course. Thanks everyone for coming out faithfully every Wednesday and see you next season.



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