Ladies have rainy night of golf

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There were 15 ladies out for Ladies Night on June 8, which is rather a good number considering it rained most of the time for the front and back 9. However, the air temp was warm, so being soaked to the skin was not that bad.

Ten of us played the fun game of “Fairways and putts” and nine of us stayed after the back 9 for a little chatter and a fabulous chicken dinner. We will have to wait till next week to find out who ended up with the best score.

The winners from the June 1 Ladies Night are: Flight#1: Debbie Pearce – long putt, long drive in 2; Madeline Klassen – low gross; Carol Hindle – low net, long drive.

Flight #2: Korinne Isbister – low gross, long drive; Larissa Hadley – low net, long drive in 2, long putt.

Flight #3: Hazel Wadlegger – long putt, long drive in 2; Shelly LaBree – long drive, KP on #5 and Yevonne Cline – low gross.

There was a tie between two teams for the best poker hand – Larissa, Hazel, Yevonne, Carol McNeil, Carol H, Marg Anderson and Abbey Bates all won a shiny new ball.

Only Shelly managed to sink a ball into the pond. Carol H. had the least putts and also had the longest putt for all flights. Shelly L was the most honest putter. There were no winners of the Chip In or Birdie pots so the winnings grow.

Call Carol (674-8771) or Jane (587-6290) if you have any questions about Ladies Night.

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