Ladies’ Day Golf Results

Another beautiful day at the Fernie Golf and Country Club for the ladies.

Submitted by Jill Snell

Keep your eyes open next week for the final results for Ladies Tuesday Golf for the season which will highlight morning results (played for fun) and the evening special results (played for even more fun).

Ladies’ Day Results:  September 10, 2013

Event:  Low Net from the Red Tees

0-23:  Bridget Hemsted

24-29:  Brenda Muselius and Alice Booth

30-35:  Janette Dies

36+:  Aysha Haines

Skins:  Kay Chesley, Jill Snell, Kathy Jaeb, Bridget Hemsted (2), Sue Boyd

Attendance Draw winners:  Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory golf balls donated by the Investors Group – Ursula Schroeder

Pet cushion donated by Overwaitea Foods – Sue Boyd

Portable briquette barbecue donated by Fernie Mountain Spirits and Wine – Kathy Pachara

As autumn approaches and our season nears a close it was an interesting week for Tuesday Ladies Golf. There were 19 ladies that made it out to enjoy a beautiful day on the Fernie Golf and County Club course. We have been so very lucky this summer to have enjoyed so many beautiful days, may we have just one more beautiful Tuesday.

Having noted our good luck, due to inclement weather last weekend Ray and his grounds crew were busy on Tuesday September 10 punching the greens on the front nine so we played the back nine as the event round (and for those in the morning, played the back nine twice in some spectacular heat), it all made for a very different day than we are used to.

Special thanks goes out to the Ladies’ Day sponsors including:  Park Place, Investor’s Group, Fernie Chiropractic, The Best Western, Odyssey/Investia, Overwaitea, The Tipple, Vitality Body and Mind and Freshies.  There were no deuces on the course on Tuesday so the remaining duece pot will be drawn for at the season closer, to be awarded to one of the players that scored one of the 18 deuces throughout the season.

We look forward to having many of you out on the course next week.  If you are still hoping to get away for a day of golf at another course the Creston Ladies Golf Club is holding it’s Iron Maiden tournament Oct 15th additional details and registration forms can be found on the board in the ladies locker room.

Also remember even after our Tuesday Ladies Day golf comes to close for the season, the Fernie Golf and Country Club will still be hosting it’s Ironman Open Sunday, October 13, 2013 and the Turkey Scramble Monday, October 14, 2013, check in at the Pro-shop for more details.


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