Ladies golf attracts record turnout

Golf was followed by a delicious lasagne dinner and the winners were announced

There was a record turnout for Lacarya’s Ladies Golf on June 16. A total of 29 women turned out for a four-ball scramble. It was lots of fun for regular players and the guests they brought.

Golf was followed by a delicious lasagne dinner and the winners were announced.

Lois Van Damme, Kay Knox, Joan Slingsby, Teri Pelton and Sheana Cool were the winning team. Carol Hindle, Carol Mc Neil , Liz Morrison and Ruth Leroux were the second place team. Rosemary Harley, Bergie Mitchell, Krista Deaton and Korinne Isbister won for having the ‘most honest’ score.

There were a few individual prizes handed out. Rosemay Harley won for longest putt on #4, Ruth Leroux had the longest putt on hole #1, Lois Van Damme was closest to the pin on #5 and Debbie Pearce had the longest drive. Joan Streadwick, Liz Morrison, Bergie Mitchell and Debbie Pearce all won balls because they each lost a ball on the pond on hole #1.

 

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

 

 

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