Ladies day Golf Results in Fernie

Ladies Day Results - July 15 Golf Results

 

 

Ladies Day Results – July 15

 

We had a record number of ladies out today – 8 in the morning and 33 in the afternoon!  It was a nice hot, sunny day for golf with many of the afternoon/evening ladies staying for drinks and dinner following their round.

 

 

Park Place Draw: Donna Clark

 

Overwaitea Draw: Marilyn

Kay

 

Event Winners: Eliminate

Par 3s

0 – 18: Kay Chesley

19 – 24: Sue Boyd

25 – 33: Kathy Jaeb

34+: Anita Mitchell

New Player:  Aysha Haines

 

 

Deuce Pot: no

winner this week

 

Skins Winners:

Aysha Haines (2), Kay Chesley, Bridget Hemsted

 

 

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

 

1. Investia

 

2. Freshies

3. Loaf Bakery

 

4.  Best Western

 

 

Prizes can be picked up in the Pro Shop.

 

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