Debbie Rainer, Club Captain
Dare I say it was a little to hot last Tuesday night for golf. Yes I dare. This from the captain who loves the month of January and welcomes adverse golfing conditions. 34 ladies hit the slopes, many wondering why they complained about a little rain. Welcome back all those fair weather golfers. Please accept my apologies for any errors before I start. This weeks Flight #1 low gross winner was Carol Hindle shooting a 44. Low net went to Donna Salle with a 37, along with KP on #4 sponsored by Barb & Caman Smith. Low gross for flight #2 with a 47 went to Christina LeCerf, along with long drive in 2 sponsored by Shais Design. Low net for flight #2 went to Jeannie Webber, with a 37. Flight #3 low gross with a 49 went to Michelle Funk.
Not one lady found the green on Hole #6, they were added to the door prizes.
Karen Petterson took Long Drive for flight #1 on hole #1 and hole #9 sponsored by Our Little Secret, and Crystlee’s Hair Design. Winner of the Rainer Custom cutting, long drive for flight#3 was Angie Rainer (think she traded). Long Putt on Hole #3 sponsored by the Station House was won by Emma Allen. Closest to the new golfer, (a fine piece of metal work, sporting a very pink bra) was won by Debbie Winiski. Audrey Rilcoe is still sleeping with her lucky penny and won KP on #4 for flight #2, sponsored by Carl’s Market Garden and long Putt on #5 sponsored by Barriere Irly. Wanda Amos had a nice hit onto the green on #4 to win the KP for flight #3, sponsored by Carol Patton. Marion Wallace took home the long putt on #5 sponsored by AG Foods. Susan Newberry gets a certificate to Barriere Massage for her KP in 2 on #7 for flight #1. Long drive in two on on #8 sponsored by Country Store Antiques was nowhere to be found, seems it got forgotten. Long Putt on #8 sponsored by Bodi Mechanix was won by Betty Foote. Long Putt on hole #9 for flight #3 sponsored by Estylo Hair Design was won by Kim Law. Low putts with 13 (W0W) sponsored by Jul’r by Lynda was skillfully done by Evelyn Lucas. Knights Inn sponsored most putts this week with Lynda Beddington taking the honour by retrogression. I spent most of the evening wondering if the lovely Leslie Stirling was experience any rain on her trip back east. I did have a quick look at the weather and looks like Leslie is not being rained out but may need the sun screen. Hope to see you all next week.