Lacarya Ladies Night Report

Those who chose to come later for the back 9 were treated to sunny skies and a beautiful evening

You really have to enjoy the game of golf to come out on a rainy day. During last week’s Ladies Night, the rain was steady on the front 9 and that one cloud would just not move.

However, those who chose to come later for the back 9 were treated to sunny skies and a beautiful evening. A total of 14 ladies came out for a round and dinner. Anyone who would like to play or learn to play is always encouraged to come out and join us. There will always be someone to golf with on Ladies Night.

Winners for June 4 Flight #1 were: Tanya Desjarlais – low gross, long putt; Carol Hindle – low net, long drive in 2; Lois Vandamme – long drive.

For Flight #2: Jan Johnston – low gross, long drive; Larissa Hadley – low net, long drive in 2; Joan Slingsby – KP (well done Joan) and Marg Anderson – long putt.

For Flight#3: Joan Streadwick – low gross; Rosemary Harley – low net; Anna Mae Dee – long drive and long putt.

Abbey Bates made KP on #7 and Larissa had the longest putt for all flights. Carol had the least number of putts and Abbey had the most.

Guess someone has to work on her short game. Lois Vandamme received a Hole In One pin for her great shot on the back 9 last week.

Thank you to all our sponsors for the week: Fleetwest for the Hole in One, the Caboose, Wells Gray Inn, Century 21 Realty, Home Hardware, O’Bryans Café, MacLennan Farms, Pharmasave, Painted Turtle Restaurant, Buy Low and Raft River Greenhouses.


Have any questions about Ladies Night? Call Debbie at 674-0260. See you next week and be sure to book your tee time with Lacarya Golf Course at 587-6100.



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