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Seven weeks left to win hole-in-one prizes

What a strange summer I am having. Feeling a bit like something barbecued – hot and smoky. On Tuesday, July 27 ,the afternoon and evening gave us a light breeze that helped to keep us cool. Forty-one ladies turned out for our fourteenth Ladies Night of the season. That means we are two-thirds through our 2021 season.

Sponsors for the gross/net prizes were Barb and Carman Smith for Flight 1, MJB Lawyers for Flight 2, while Flight 3 and 4 were sponsored by Ladies Golf. Flight 1 low gross winner was Kelly McNabney with a 43, while Donna Salle followed closely with a 44 (32) to win low net. Doreen Landry scored 51 to win low gross for Flight 2, and Evelyn Lucas scored one higher at 52 (35.5) to win low net. Mary Van Sickle scored 51 to win low gross in Flight 3, and keeping with the theme Lorie Chambers scored a 52 (33) to win low net. Lois McInnis took low gross in Flight 4 with a score of 55, and Sue Meger took second low gross with a score of 59. The Birdie pot for Flight 1 was picked up by Louise Lodge.

Pin placement winners this week were Susan Mitchell (Armour Mountain Office Services and Cindy Leibel/Royal Le Page), Debbie Rainer (Barriere Motor Inn), Jeannie Webber (Barriere Timber Mart), Kim Van Sickle (Barriere IDA/Munro’s), Betty Foote (Rainer Custom Cutting), Marla Muldoon (Sam’s Pizza), Evelyn Lucas (Station House Restaurant), Deb Winiski (Salle Ranch), Gilliam Webber (Stamer Logging), Mary Van Sickle (Ainsley Gullage of Sun Life Financials and Campbell & Company), Val Aylward (T & T Liquidation), Deb Legaree (Brian and Brenda Carl), Lois McInnis (EBL Ventures and Quality Contractors), Louise Lodge (HUB International/Chad Belbin), Kelly McNabney (Thompson Valley Awards), and Wanda Amos (AG Foods). Marla Muldoon had the least putts with 13, and Teresa Robertson had the most with 31. It is up to you to guess what great shot they won for or you could just ask them. Remember a lot of them are getting up in years so they may not remember.

Time to remind you all of our fantastic Hole-in-One sponsors; Barriere Auto Parts has supplied a weed eater, Alpine Meadows Resort offered an overnight stay, andBob Stirling has donated one of his original watercolours. We still have seven weeks to win them.

Don’t forget our Cancer Fund Raiser Fun Night is Aug. 17. We can take a maximum of 48 ladies. Ladies should arrive by 4:30 p.m. at the latest and the shotgun start will be at 4:45 p.m. Prices will be $50 for non-members, and $40 for members. I would suggest you sign up sooner than later. The course has limited carts, so please make sure when you sign up you let the course know how many carts you need .

An interesting thing about golf is that no matter how badly you play, it is always possible to get worse. I heard there are three ways to lower your golf score: take lessons, practice constantly — or start cheating. Wonder which one I should choose. See you at the course.

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