Ladies Golf: Low scores and great company

The only noticeable evidence of the wind damage was the birch tree that was blown over

The greens and fairways were looking excellent on Aug. 6 after all the hard work that went into cleaning up after a major windstorm on the previous Monday evening.

The only noticeable evidence of the wind damage was the birch tree that was blown over at the red tees on Hole #1.

The 13 ladies that took part in Ladies Night had good games as indicated by the low gross scores and low average number of putts. Some of us would say they did not have a great game but it was fun anyway and the company is always the best.

The winners for this week were – Flight #1: Carol Hindle – low gross, long drive and long putt; Debbie Pearce – low net, KP; Tanya Desjarlais – long drive in 2.

Flight #2: Madeline Klassen – low gross, long drive; Larissa Hadley – low net; Jane Olson – long putt; Joan Slingsby – long drive in 2.

Flight #3: Abbey Bates – low gross; Daisy Hystad – low net, long drive in 2; Rosemary Harley – KP; Stephanie Turner – long drive, long putt.

Anna Mae Dee replaced her water ball with a new one. Tanya got another KP on #7. Well done Tanya. Anna Mae had the longest put for all flights on green #1. Jane had the least putts and Stephanie had the most. No deuce this week and the Birdie pot is getting very full ladies.

Our sponsors for the week were: Fleetwest (hole in one), The Hop’N’Hog, Wells Gray Inn, Home Hardware, Century 21 Realty, The Painted Turtle, Pharmasave, MacLennan’s Farms and O’Bryans Café.

 

Remember to book your tee time. Have a great week everyone and see you next Thursday.