Ladies enjoy golf

There were 14 ladies out to golf at Lacarya Ladies' golf club on Aug 11

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There were 14 ladies out to golf at Lacarya Ladies’ golf club on Aug 11.

Flight one winners were Carol Hindle for low gross and Madeline Klassen for low net. Carol also won for least putts. Madeline also won for long drive and Debbie Pearce took long drive in two.

Second flight winners were Joan Streadwick for low gross and Abbey Bates for low net. Rissa Hadley had the longest drive and Sheila Colter had the longest drive in two shots. Sheila also won for least putts.

In the competitions open to both flights, Carol Hindle won for KP on seven and for the least putts. Rissa Hadley won for longest putt and the most honest putter was Sheila Colter. Marg Anderson won a ball to replace the one RIP in the pond. Winner of the 50/50 draw was Linda Fitz. Carole Hindle won a nice pot for her birdie on hole #9. There was no winner of the deuce pot so it is growing.

 

Thank you to our local sponsors: Buy Low Foods, Home Hardware, Lacarya, Painted Turtle Restaurant, Pharmasave, Risson Realty/ Century 21, and Wells Grey Inn.

 

 

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