Lady golfers wind up another season

Both the deuce pot and the birdie pot were won, which seems fitting for our final game

On Sept. 15, 15 ladies turned up for the final ladies’ night of the season at Lacarya Golf Course. Some of the ladies stayed after they golfed to enjoy a delicious buffet dinner. There was also a short meeting following dinner.

Both the deuce pot and the birdie pot were won, which seems fitting for our final game of the season. Madeline Klassen won the deuce pot and Katie Koldyk won the birdie pot.

Other winners for the day were, in flight one, Madeline Klassen with low gross and Tanya Desjarlais with low net. Marg Anderson won KP on #5, Tanya won long drive, Katie won long drive in two shots and Debbie Pearce won long putt.

In flight 2 the winners were Michele Stevens with low gross and Jane Olson with low net. Daisy Hystad won KP on #5, Joan Streadwick won long drive and long putt, and Sheila Colter won for long drive in two shots.

Winners of competition open to both flights were Karen Caissie for KP on #7, Daisy Hystad  for long putt, Madeline Klassen for least putts and Jan Johnston for being the ‘most honest’ putter. Abbey Bates was the 50/50 winner.


Thank you to our local sponsors: Buy Low Foods, Home Hardware, Lacarya, Painted Turtle Restaurant, Pharmasave, Risson Realty/ Century 21, and Wells Grey Inn. Your support throughout the season is much appreciated.



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