By Leslie Stirling
Thirty-eight ladies took to the links on Tuesday night for a regular round of golf. The weather was lovely and the company was great. Sometimes I think I should skip the golf and just come for the food and fun. Dinner was excellent – only wish I could say the same for my golf.
Flight #1 winners were Carol Hindle (low gross) with a score of 45 and Karen Peterson (low net). Flight #2 winners were Susan Newberry (low gross) with a score of 48 which she mentioned was her best score EVER and Vicki Hoffer (low net). The Flight #3 low gross winner was Erin Mitchell with a score of 54. Susan Newberry continued her lucrative winning ways with a birdie on Hole #1.
Kaleigh Stankevich was back to visit and won the Barriere A&W prize for Flight #3 long drive on Hole #1. Marion Wallace won’t be going hungry as she won two prizes – for a long drive in 2 on Hole #4 (Station House Restaurant) and a long putt on #1 (Knights’ Inn). The Lebourdais ladies did well. Sandy had a long drive in 2 on Hole #2 (Barr K Treats) while Sunny had a KP on Hole #4 (Royal LePage) and another KP on Hole #6 (Ron Wallace Trucking). Emma Allen nailed a long putt on Hole #3 to win the Barriere Irly Centre. Deb Legaree had a KP on Hole #4 to take the Stamer Logging prize while Irene Beeton took the River Adventure Co. prize for her KP on the same hole.
Barb Kavanagh won two prizes – one from Jul’re by Lynda for a long putt on Hole #5 and one from Carman and Barb Smith for her KP on Hole #6. Two other long putt prizes on Hole #5 went to Debbie Rainer (Barriere Massage) and Betty Baillie (Country Store Antiques). Sharon Spooner had the Flight #3 KP on Hole #6 to win the Carl’s Market Garden prize. Trudy Scarlett got closest to the pin with her second shot on Hole #7 to win the Rainer Custom Cutting certificate. Wanda Amos has the long putt on Hole #8 to win the Star Journal certificate. Long drives on Hole #9 were made by Susan Mitchell (Val-Bella Studio), Vicki Hoffer (Estylo Hair Design) and Marion Lodge (AG Foods). Marion was wishing she had had the same drive on #7. She and two other ladies won balls, tees and markers courtesy of North Thompson Funeral Home for going in the gully. I have always said if you are going to do something, do it well.
Bonnie Timmons (nee LeCerf) took the most putts honour with a record high of 32. She took the ribbing extremely well. Good to see you, Bonnie.
NEWS BULLETIN – the Cancer Fundraiser date has been changed to August 30, 2011 so line up your team and book your spot soon. We are always looking for donations (new items, please) for the prize table so if you have something you would like to donate call Helen Fraser, Bonnie Cruzelle-Myram, Debbie Rainer or me. Cash donations to go towards Breast Cancer Research are also most welcome.