Fernie Golf Club results

Golf results from the Fernie Golf Club for June 14

  • Jun. 24, 2011 12:00 p.m.

Twelve ladies golfed in the morning (go morning ladies!) and 16 golfed in the afternoon for a record total this season of 28 ladies.  Most of the afternoon/evening ladies stayed for dinner, drinks and conversation after the round.  We have added another category to our ladies events – new player (NP).  We want to encourage ladies who don’t golf regularly and don’t have a handicap, to come out and enjoy a round.  So any new golfers out there, come on out and join us for some fun golfing and socializing.  If you have any questions call Pat (250-423-7393) or Chris (250-423-8062).

Ladies Day Results – June 14

Park Place Draw: Louise Ratelle

Overwaitea Draw: Shannon Whalen

Event Winners: 3 blind holes (throw away #2,#7, #9)

0 – 18: Bridget Hemsted

19 – 24: Danielle Kiedyk

25 – 33: Alice Booth

34+: Marilyn Bruschetta

NP: Veronica Robinson

Deuce Pot: Eileen Thrun

Skins Winners:

Ursula Schroeder, Alice Booth, Pat Moore, Patti Kuntz, Eileen Thrun

Team Play (cumulative results). Thanks to our Team Play sponsors:

1. Freshies

2. Investia

3. Loaf Bakery

4. Best Western

 

 

Prizes can be picked up in the Pro Shop starting Saturday.

 

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