Lady golfers have class

Ladies Night Golf at Chinook Cove Golf and Rv report for July 14

By Leslie Stirling

Marla Muldoon had an absolutely fantastic night on Tuesday, July 14, by scoring a wonderful 42 to take low gross in Flight 1.  The amazing thing about that score is that she also went into the gully on Hole 7 and had to take a one stroke penalty.  She used the least number of putts to win the Interior Savings Credit Union prize.  She won both the deuce pot and the birdie pot.  And finally she took an immense amount of teasing from yours truly and smiled through it all.  She is a lady golfer with class.

Hub International is the sponsor for our Flight 1 winners and Karen Peterson picked up the low net with a score of 45 (31.5).  Ron Wallace Trucking sponsored Flight 2 with Louise Lodge winning low gross with a score of 43 and Jeannie Webber winning low net with a score of 52 (32.5).  Stamer Logging sponsored Flight 3.  Michelle Funk had the low score with a 49 and Vreny Kempter had the high score with a 91.  Vreny also picked up the most putts prize.

Marla did leave some prizes for the rest of the 47 ladies that came out to golf.  Carol Hindle had a long drive on Hole 1 to win the AG Foods certificate.  Wanda Amos won the Armour Mountain Office Service certificate for Flight 2 and Michelle Funk won the gift certificate for A & W for Flight 3 – both prizes were for long drives on Hole 1.  On Hole 2 long putts earned Betty Baillie and Val Aylward prizes from Barriere Timber Mart and Barriere Massage.  Lynda Fournier’s long putt on Hole 3 earned her the gift certificate from Crystlee’s Hair Design.  KPs on Hole 4 went to Catharine Phillips (Bondar Forest Planning), Joan Streadwick (Carl’s Market Garden) and Chrissy Pullen (Campbell & Co).  Long drives were the order of the day on Hole 5 and the winners were Trudy Forsythe (Country Store Antiques), Doreen Landry (Estylo Hair Design) and Nicole Carswell (Knights Inn).  Brenda Oakland had a long putt on Hole 5 to win the coveted wine glass from Pottery by Ramona.  There was only one KP scored on Hole 6 and the winner was Cindy Leibel (EBL Ventures).  Brenda Oakland picked up a second prize, the Rainer Custom Cutting prize on Hole 7 for KP in 2.  Lynda Fournier came closest to the 100 yard marker to win the certificate from Sam’s Pizza.  Joan Streadwick had a long putt on Hole 8 to win the Station House certificate.  Emma Allen picked up the Val Bella Studio certificate on Hole 9 for a short drive.

Lynda Fournier and Audrey Rilcoe provided dessert for the whole crew.  The weatherman provided a beautiful evening for dining on the patio.  We all provided the great company.


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