Ladies Day golf results – Fernie Golf and Country Club

It was another beautiful day on the Fernie Golf Course with 23 ladies coming out to support each other in a round of golf.

Ladies’ Day Results: July 16,

Event: Low Net from the Gold Tees


Attendance Prizes:

Park Place draw: Val Emond

Calalily from Overwaitea: Marilyn Bruschetta

Decorative Bird Bath from Overwaites: Heather Boyd


Event winners:

0-23: Kay Chesley

24-29: Sue Boyd and Kathy Jaeb

30-35: Brenda Muselius

36+: Anita Mitchell


Skins: Kay Chesley (3), Sue Boyd (2), Kathy Jaeb, Arlene Bye


It was another beautiful day on the Fernie Golf Course with 23 ladies coming out to support each other in a round of golf for fun and friendship. A big welcome to Jan Caufield who joined the morning group for the first time, we hope to see all our first timers much more as the summer speeds along. Honourable mention: Arlene Bye, Val Emond and Kay Chesley who all scored deuces on the course on Tuesday. Special thanks goes to the Ladies’ Day sponsors including: Freshies, Fernie Chiropractic, The Investor’s Group, The Best Western, Odyssey/Investia, Overwaitea, Park Place, The Tipple and Vitality Body and Mind.

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