Fernie Ladies Golf Results

We had 20 ladies for our last official Tuesday Ladies Day.

By Chris Stockey

We had 20 ladies for our last official Tuesday Ladies Day.  Although the season got off to a bit of a slow start due to weather, we made up for it as we went along.  It was great to see so many ladies out enjoying the golf and socializing.  A big thanks to our draw sponsors – Park Place Lodge and Overwaitea – and to our Team Play Sponsors – Investia Financial, Freshies, Loaf Bakery, Best Western – for supporting Ladies golf.  As well I’d like to thank Donna Clark and Donna Miller, as the AM and PM Captains, for helping organize the weekly events.


Event:  Low Net

Overwaitea Draw:   Heather Boyd

Park Place Draw:   Arlene Bye


Event winners:

hdcp 0-18   Danielle Kiedyk

hdcp 19-24   Sylvia George

hdcp 25-33   Anne Majic

hdcp 34+   Betty Johnson


Deuce Pot:  0


Skins Winners:  Danielle Kiedyk, Aysha Haines (2)


Team Play Results:

1. Investia Financial

2. Freshies

3. Loaf Bakery

4. Best Western

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