Ladies have a quiet evening of golf

Thursday, July 21, was a fairly quiet Ladies' Night, with only three players from flight 1 and nine flight 2 players present

Thursday, July 21, was a fairly quiet Ladies’ Night, with only three players from flight 1 and nine flight 2 players present.

The winners from flight 1 were Madeline Klassen for low gross and Marg Anderson for low net. Marg also won for longest putt and long drive in 2 shots.

Joan Slingsby won long drive.Flight 2 winners were Sheila Colter for low gross and Daisy Hystad for low net. Sheila also won KP on hole #5, long drive, and long drive in two shots! Debbie Downey had the longest putt.

Winners in the categories open to both flights were Stephanie Turner for longest putt, Daisy Hystad for least putts and Debbie Downey for ‘Most Honest’ putter. And finally Larissa Hadley won a ball to replace the one RIP in the pond on hole #4.

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

 

 

Just Posted

‘Beauty amongst such tragedy:’ B.C. photographer captures nature’s trifecta

David Luggi’s photo from a beach in Fraser Lake shows Shovel Lake wildfire, Big Dipper and an aurora

Red Cross looking for public support

Organization seeks aid to help victims of this year’s wildfires

B.C. declares state of emergency as more than 560 wildfires rage

This is only the fourth state of emergency ever issued during a fire season

Third overall in Canada for McLure, B.C. cowboy

McLure junior bull rider, Jake Bradley, finished third overall at the recent… Continue reading

White Spot records B.C. Pirate Pak record day

Popular B.C.-Alberta event raises more than $116,000 to send kids and adults to Zajac Ranch

B.C. team stays alive in Little League World Series after another nail-biter

Surrey-based squad scored a 6-4 win over Mexico reps in Williamsport on Monday

Kids, seniors at risk as smoke from distant fires hangs over parts of B.C.

B.C. Centre for Disease Control says children’s lungs don’t fully develop until about age 10

B.C. mother charged in 7-year-old daughter’s death appears in court

The 36-year-old mother, of Langley’s Aaliyah Rosa, has been charged with second-degree murder

VIDEO: Teen soccer phenomenon Alphonso Davies to visit B.C. kids camp

The 17-year-old Vancouver Whitecap player is one of the youngest players in MLS history

New plan to lift more than two million people past the poverty line

Anti-poverty strategy will aim for 50 per cent cut in low-income rates: source

Liberals scrap lottery system for reuniting immigrants with their parents

Lottery for parent sponsorship to be replaced, more applications to be accepted

Bear kills off-leash dog in B.C. park

There have been nearly 200 pet or livestock and bear encounters so far this year

Most Read