Golf results ladies night in Fernie BC

ladies golf results

A windy day/evening of golf on Tuesday, but we persevered and got our game in. We were happy to get back to the clubhouse for drinks, dinner and stories of how the wind affected our game.  A total of 29 ladies participated in the event, including some ladies in the New Player category. Nice to see so many ladies out enjoying the golf and socializing.

 

Park Place Draw:  Aysha Haines

Overwaitea Draw:  Kathy Pachara

 

Event Winners:  Throw Away 3 Worst Holes

hdcp 0-18   Patti Kuntz, Sue Boyd

hdcp 19-24   Kathy Pachara

hdcp 25-33   Sue Hyatt

hdcp 34+   Aysha Haines, Anita Mitchell

 

KP on #7:

hdcp 0-18   Sue Boyd

hdcp 19-24   Danielle Kiedyk

hdcp 25-33   Donna Miller

hdcp 34+   Anita Mitchell

 

 

Skins:  Anita Mitchell, Sue Hyatt (2), Kathy Pachara, Marilyn Onofrychuk, Danielle Kiedyk, Donna Miller

 

Team Play Results:  Thanks to our sponsors.

1. Investia Financial

2. Freshies

3. Loaf Bakery

4. Best Western

 

Prizes can be picked up in the Pro Shop.

 

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