Tuesday golfers also celebrate birthdays for three of their own

Barriere, golf

By Leslie Stirling

The clouds were dark and threatening but the rain and wind held off on Tuesday, June 28.

Twenty-seven ladies enjoyed a lovely evening of golf followed by supper on the patio.

We celebrated three birthdays with yummy cake.  Happy birthday to Mel Freeston, Debbie Rainer and Barb Smith.

Flight #1 winners were Donna Salle (low gross with a score of 45) and Karen Peterson (low net).  Vicky Hoffer had a great round of 47 to win low gross in Flight #2 and Cori Walker had the low net score.  Betty Baillie scored 48 to win low gross for Flight #3.  I believe it was Betty’s first ladies night of the season.

The Hole in One, Eagle, Birdie and Deuce pots were safe for another week.

Flight #1 prizes went to the following ladies.  Debbie LeGarre won the Star Journal certificate for a long putt on Hole #1.  Barb Kavanagh had the KP on Hole #4 to win the Stamer Logging prize.  Babes Shanko on her first outing of the year had a long putt on Hole #5 to win the Barriere A&W certificate.  Leslie Stirling was closest to the pin on Hole #6 to win the Carman and Barb Smith prize.  Donna Salle had KP in 2 on Hole #7 to win the Station House Restaurant certificate.  Carol Hindle had a long drive on Hole #9 to pick up the Jul’re by Lynda prize.

Flight #2 prizes started on Hole #2 with a long drive in 2 by Mel  Freeston (Estylo Hair Design).  Freda Saunders had a long putt on Hole #3 to win the Bodi Mekanix certificate.  Cori Walker won the Royal LePage prize on Hole #4 for Kp.  Vicki Hoffer took home the Knights Inn certificate with a long putt on Hole #5 and the Barriere Massage prize for long drive on Hole #9.  Debbie Rainer won the Ron Wallace Trucking prize on Hole #6 with her KP.

Flight #3 saw some interesting rounds and winners.  Cathy Chornlesky won the Val-Bella Studio certificate for the short drive on Hole #1.  Betty Baillie had a long drive on Hole #3 to win the AG Foods prize.  Sarah Watts took the River Adventure Co. prize for KP on Hole #4.  Barb Smith sunk a long putt on Hole #5 to win the Barr K Treats prize.  Hazel Cross took the Carl’s Market Garden prize on Hole #6 for KP and followed with a long putt on Hole #8 to with the Barriere Irly Centre prize.

Emma Lane had an interesting round – picking up a prize from North Thompson Funeral Services for going in the gully on Hole #7 then making a long drive on Hole #9 to get the Country Store Antique prize.  She also picked up the Rainer Custom Cutting prize for most putts.

Hope to see you all again this week.

 

 

 

 

 

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