Jane Olson gets her ball after her putt as Karen Cassie holds the flag. They were taking part in the first Ladies Golf Night of the season on May 3. Photo submitted

Lacarya Ladies Night golf now open for the season

The weather was perfect (in between the rain showers)


The opening day for the 2018 season of Ladies Night Golf on May 3 was a success.

The weather was perfect (in between the rain showers). There were 11 golfers and eight stayed for dinner following the back nine.

The winners in flight #1 were: Carol Hindle – low gross; Debbie Pearce – low net; Karen Cassie – KP on #5; Lois Vandamme – long drive.

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For flight #2: Marg Anderson – low gross; Sheila Colter – low net; Jayna Jung – long drive and long putt.

For flight #3: Abbey Bates – low gross, Carol McNeil – long drive and long putt.

There was only the one KP and no takers for the Chip In and Birdie pots. Oh well, it is the start of the season and we all have lots of games to hone our skills.

Joan Slingsby, Jayna and Sheila will receive new balls to replace the ones lost in that vast lake on #4.

The fun game was Fairways and Greens. Karen C. won for flight #1, Marg A. for flight #2 and Abbey B. for flight #3. Marg also won the door prize of a box of dilly bars from Dairy Queen.

Hope to see more of the golf club gang in the coming weeks. See you all next Thursday at Lacarya. If you have any questions about Ladies Night, you can call Jane Olson at 587-6290, Carol Hindle at 674-8771 or Abbey Bates at 674-2127.


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