38 ladies at golf

Chinook Cove ladies golf report for Tuesday May 29, 2012

By Leslie Stirling

Thirty-eight ladies knew better than the weatherman on Tuesday night.  At 3:30 p.m. it looked like the rain and hail was going to wipe out the Ladies Night but we had faith and the sun came through for us.  We did choose to eat in the clubhouse rather than on the patio as the wind made things a little cool.   Special thanks to Evelyn Lucas for supplying dessert which became a birthday cake for Emma Allen.

I had my best night of the season and picked up two prizes – low net of Flight 1 and KP on Hole #4 (Barb and Carman Smith prize).  Carol Hindle had an absolutely fantastic night.  She scored 39 to win low gross for Flight 1; scored a birdie to split the pot with Michelle Funk; had a long drive in 2 (Country Store Antiques) and only used 12 putts in the entire game (Barriere Massage).  Barb Morris scored 50 to win low gross for Flight 2 and had a really long drive in 2 on Hole #1 (Bodi Mekanix).  Cori Walker did well with a long drive on Hole #2 (Estylo Hair Design); a KP on Hole #6 (Ron Wallace Trucking) and low net for Flight 2.  Along with that birdie pot Michelle Funk picked up low net for Flight 3  with a score of 48 and came closest to the New Golfer on Hole #5 to win the Rainer Custom Cutting prize.  Many thanks to Curtis Rainer for building our New Golfer…you just have to see it to believe it.  A true work of art.

Karen Peterson had a lucrative night.  She picked up the deuce pot which was carried forward from last week as well as the Knights Inn prize on Hole #5 for a long drive.  Marion Wallace was a duplicate winner picking up prizes from Shais Design and Barriere A&W for long drive on Hole #9 and KP in 2 on Hole #7.  Beatty Anne Foote walked away with two prizes as well for KP on Hole #4 (Carl’s Market Garden) and long putt on Hole #8 (Val-Bella Studio).

Single prizes went to the following:  long putt on Hole #2 (Crystlee’s Hair Design) to Cindy Lee Matthew; long putt on Hole #3 (Jul’re by Lynda Enochsen) to Debbie Pearce; KP on Hole #4 (Carol Patton, CGA) to Sharon Spooner; long putt on Hole #5 (Our Little Secret Consignment Store) to Jeannie Webber; long putt on Hole #8 to Angie Rainer; long drive in 2 on Hole #3 (AG Foods) to Kim Law; most putts (Barriere Irly Building) to Sue Paulhus.  Hidden score prizes went to Brenda Carl (River Adventure Co.) and Joan Streadwick (Stamer Logging).  Six ladies were “Rolling in the Deep” on Hole #7 to win the Rest In Peace prizes from North Thompson Funeral Services.

I was out of town last week and missed giving you the Ladies Golf news. The flight winners for Flight 1 were Donna Salle (low gross) and Karen Peterson (low net).  Deb Rainer won low gross for Flight 2 and Audrey Rilcoe won low net. The low gross winner for Flight 3 was Susan Bonder.


Our first Fun Night (heh, they are all fun) is coming up on June 19, with a Prom theme.  Be sure to book your teams and carts well in advance.  For more information contact the Golf Course or Deb Rainer.



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