I am sure exciting things happened on Tuesday, Aug. 2, but I am getting a little short in the memory category and my recall is not always the greatest.
My memory is getting so bad that I am now able to hide my own Easter eggs. I am sure I had a great time because I always do. I am sure supper was fantastic because it always is. I am sure the company was great because it always is. I am sure I laughed a lot and hopefully the other ladies laughed as well. They usually do…sometimes with me and sometimes at me. All is good.
Flight sponsors this week were Ainsley Gullage of Sun Life Financial, Kelly McNabney or TriPeaks Physio and HUB International. Kelly McNabney scored 43 to win low gross in Flight 1 and Louise Lodge was close behind with a 44 to win low net (38.5). Kathy Cook had a 45 to win low gross in Flight 2 and Evelyn Lucas had a 49 (32.5) to win low gross. Trish Thompson took Flight 3 low gross with a score of 54 and Anita Hill took the low net with a score of 56 (36.5). Christina Campbell had a 56 and Jen Amos had a 57 to win first and second low gross in Flight 4. Kathy Cook had a birdie to win the Flight 2 pot and Babes Shanko had a chip in for the same flight.
Long drives in 2 won prizes for Trish Thompson (Barriere Motor Inn), Kate Schilling (Barriere Timber Mart), Kelly McNabney (Little Fort Subway) and Ilke Marais (Munro’s Clothing). Kelly McNabney (Sam’s Pizza) and Ilke Marais (Station House Restaurant) also had long drives on Hole 5 while Debbie Winiski (Campbell & Co) and Penny Maclean (Thompson Valley Awards) won for Flight 3 & 4. The ladies really came through with KPs this week. Donna Salle (Cindy Leibel Realtor), Kathy Cook (MJB Lawyers), Cathy Paul (Salle Ranch), Jen Amos (Stamer Logging), Susan Newbery (Carman and Barb Smith) and Ilke Marais (Brian and Brenda Carl) all hit the green with their shot off the tee box. Jamie Mosdell (EBL Ventures) and Louise Lodge (Quality Contractors) scored prizes for KPs in 2. The putting people this week were Jen Amos (Rainer Custom Cutting), Kayla Burian (AG Foods) and Susan Newberry (Armour Mountain Office). Leslie Stirling (much to her surprise) had the least putts with 14 and Penny Maclean had the most with 24.
Just a couple of Tuesdays until our next Fun Night which is also a serious night. August 23 is our annual Cancer Fund Raiser and we are very proud of the success of this event in past years.
It will be a four lady Texas scramble with a shot gun start at 5 p.m. The cost is $50 per person and includes golf, cart, supper and prizes. The ladies will be out gathering pledges so please watch for your favourite golfer. If you don’t have a favourite golfer to pledge, please consider giving me a shout with your pledge. I am trying very hard to beat Debbie Rainer’s total and it is not an easy thing to do.
See you at the course.
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