Chinook Cove Ladies Club Championship

Twelve ladies played 18 holes of golf followed by supper on the terrace

Leslie Stirling (left) and Debbie Reiner (right) presents the Low Net winner Debbie Pearce (middle) with her certificate and trophy.


Leslie Stirling

Chinook Cove

Ladies Club Championship was held Saturday, Sept. 15.  The weather, the company, the laughter and the food were all perfect … even if my golfing wasn’t.  Twelve ladies played 18 holes of golf followed by supper on the terrace.  Each lady received a goodie bag. Hole prize winners were Susan Mitchell, Carol Hindle, Audrey Rilcoe, Trudy Scarlett, Lynda Beddington, Christina LeCerf and Evelyn Lucas.  The bragging honours of Club Champion went to Carol Hindle who scored a scorching 91. Debbie Pearce picked up the low net honours. Each received a club gift certificate and trophies designed by Debbie Rainer and crafted by Gerry Mayovsky.

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