Ladies weekly golf report

There were 10 ladies out to play in the Lacarya Ladies Golf Club on Thursday, May 12

There were 10 ladies out to play in the Lacarya Ladies Golf Club on Thursday, May 12. A small number considering the good weather, but the ladies that came had fun.

In flight 1, Carol Hindle won a Pharmasave gift certificate for having the low gross score and she won a cash prize for her long putt. Madeline Klassen won a gift certificate from Buy Low for the low net score. Joan Streadwick won cash prizes for her KP on hole #5, long drive and long drive in 2 shots.

In flight 2, Larissa Hadley won a gift certificate from Century 21 for the low gross score and Abbey Bates won a gift certificate from Home Hardware for low net score. Cash prizes went to Jane Olson for long drive, Linda Fitz for long putt and Stephanie Turner for long drive in 2 shots.

A gift certificate from Wells Grey Inn went to Carol for KP on #7 and Jan Johnston won a gift certificate from Buy Low for having the least putts and a gift certificate from Pharmasave for the longest putt on #8. Marnie Burnell won a cash prize for most putts. Well Grey Inn sponsored the special game of the night which went to Madeline. Linda and Stephanie won balls to replace those that are RIP in the pond on hole #1.

Thanks to our generous sponsors and to the ladies that come out to golf every Thursday. Interested in participating? Simply call the Lacarya Golf pro shop to make a tee time. (and find a partner if you don’t have someone to play with.)

 

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