By Leslie Stirling
Wow! Summer is here and if last Tuesday is any example we can expect to have a fantastic ladies’ season. Forty-three ladies took to the fairways and greens to enjoy the first hot Tuesday on May 7, of the year.
Once the golfing was done, supper was eaten, and the prizes were handed out, we all enjoyed seeing the newest fashions to be featured in the club house at Chinook Cove. Many ladies were hoping hubby would stop by and check things out before Mother’s Day…tops, skorts, shorts, jackets…beautiful colours, patterns and materials. Thanks to Rose and Carol for providing dessert.
Carol Hindle scored a 43 to win low gross for Flight 1, while Debbie Pearce scored 49 (38) to win low net. In Flight 2 Debbie Rainer scored 51 to win low gross, and Michelle Funk had a 56 (34.5) to win low net. The Flight 3 winner with a score of 52 was Brittany Bobinski. Thanks to this week’s sponsors for low gross and net, Lexa Caterers and Carman and Barb Smith.
Holes prizes went to the following: Deb Legaree (Barriere A&W), Donna Salle (Barriere Irly Building and Estylo Hair Design), Joan Streadwick (Barriere Massage and Stamer Logging), Barb Morris (Bodi Mekanix), Lee Little (Country Store Antiques), Christina LeCerf (Crystelee’s Hair Design), Evelyn Lucas (Bondar Forest Planning), Kathy Cooper (Carl’s Market Garden), Michelle Funk (Knights Inn), Betty Baillie (Our Little Secret Consignment), Carol Hindle (Carol Patton, CGA), Debbie Rainer (Ron Wallace Trucking), Leslie Stirling (Pottery by Ramona), Val Stamer (Rainer Custom Cutting and Shais Design), Susan Mitchell (Station House Restaurant), Jeannie Webber (The Look Boutique), Rose Seymour (Val Bella Studio), Sue Paulhus (AG Foods), and Tanya Desjarlais (Avril’s Garden).
We would also like to thank our other sponsors who don’t make the paper every week; Alpine Meadow Resort, Barriere Auto Parts, Chinook Cove Golf, the Star/Journal and Bob Stirling. We appreciate the support of all our sponsors.
Next week is one of my favourites – four club night. For some reason I do better when I don’t have as many clubs to choose from. Does that mean that I usually make a lot of bad choices?
Hope we see you there.