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Chinook Cove Ladies Golf Report - where have all the golfers gone

By Debbie Rainer

Captain Ladies Golf

Where have all the golfers gone? Seems summer time is keeping everyone busy with travel and company; 25 ladies golfed on July 17. Only 25, hard to believe when 28 golfed in the pouring rain less than a month ago. The prizes were spread fairly evenly between golfers. This weeks Flight #1 low gross winner was Donna Salle, shooting a 47. She also took long drive in 2 on #5 sponsored by Barriere A & W and long drive on #9 sponsored Jul’r by Lynda. Low net for flight #1 went to Trudy Scarlett, along with KP for flight #1 on Hole #4 sponsored by Barb & Carman Smith. Low gross for flight #2 with a 49 went to Cori Walker. Low net for flight #2 went to Audry Rilco with 35 and also winning Long Putt on Hole #9 sponsored by Estylo Hair Design. Brenda Carl had two great hits in a row to take long drive in 2 on hole #8 sponsored by Crystlee’s Hair Design and also winning the hidden score with 69 sponsored by Stamer Logging. Angie Rainer for the second week in a row has won the Rainer Custom Cuttting certificate, this week on Hole #1 with a long putt. She also managed to tuck her ball close to the new golfer to take home the Bodi Mekanix certificate. Barb Morris won the Shais Design certificate with her long drive on hole #1. Long Putt on hole #2 sponsored by Station House Restaurant went to Susan Mitchell. Long Drive for flight #3 sponsored by Val-Bella Studio went to Emma Allen and also the KP for flight #3 on Hole #4 sponsored by Carol Patton. Betty Foote score the KP on #4 sponsored by Carl’s Market Garden and also on #6 sponsored by Ron Wallace Trucking, way to find the green Betty. I managed to pick up the long drive on hole #5 sponsored by Barriere Irly. Long Putt on #5, sponsored by Barriere Massage went to Cathy Chornlesky. Deb Legaree took the KP for light #1 on hole 6, sponsored by The River Adventure Co. The Gully golf monster went very hungry this evening with only one lady from flight #3 losing her ball. Thank to the North Thompson Funeral home, for the rest in peace sponsor on #7,  won by Joanne Lyle. Sandy Lebourdais took home the Country Store Antique certificate with her long putt on #8. Susan Bonder putted her way to the Knights Inn certificate with the most putts. Least putts went to Shirley Ross with 15, sponsored by Our Little Secret.

Be sure to remember Hawaiian Xmas in July this Tuesday. The format is a four lady scramble. There is still room for more teams. Come out and enjoy turkey dinner and some laughs.

 

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