Ladies drop the worst and the best

The fun game was “dropping worst and best hole score”

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There were 12 golfers out for Ladies Night on June 29. It was great to see the sun but it sure was a hot evening.

The fun game was “dropping worst and best hole score.” Eight ladies stayed after the back 9 for a cool one (or two) and a great dinner.

Next week we will find out who did the best after adjusting their score. We had three guest golfers from Barriere last week – Barb Smith, Deb Winiski and Sue Newberry.

The winners from the June 22 (week 8) Ladies Night playing off the White Tees were:

Flight#1: Carol Hindle – low net, long drive; Tanya Dejarlais – low gross, long drive in 2; Marg Anderson – long putt.

Flight #2: Jan Johnston – low gross; Korinne Isbister – low net, long drive in 2; Joan Streadwick – long drive and Deb Winiski – long putt.

Flight #3: Hazel Wadlegger – low gross, long drive in 2; Carol McNeil – long drive, long putt.

Joan Streadwick, and Sue Newberry drove their ball into the pond so were given a replacement.

Larissa Hadley had the least putts and Jean Nelson was the most honest putter. Again, there were no KPs on hole #5 and no Chip-In or Birdie winners so the jackpots increase.

On July 27 Ladies night we will be having a “Scotch Scramble” with two-person teams. It will be a 5 p.m. shotgun start, so bring snacks if you need nourishment before dinner. Please sign up on the sheet in the club house if you want to play the special game.

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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