Ladies’ Day Results

A big welcome goes out to Heather Quattrin who joined the ladies for the first time this season.

  • Aug. 22, 2013 12:00 p.m.

By Jill Snell


Event:  Low Gross


0-23: Bridget Hemsted

24-29: Kathy Pachara and Pat Moore

30-35: Brenda Muselius and Donna Miller

36+: Nan Morrison


Skins: Kathy Pachara, Kay Chesley (2), Bridget Hemsted (3), Ursula Schroeder and Pat Moore.


Attendance Draw winners: Park Place – Jan Caufield, Overwaitea – Heather Quattrin, Freshies – Val Emond.


A big welcome goes out to Heather Quattrin who joined the ladies for the first time this season, we hope we get to see more of her in the future. There was one deuce on the course on Tuesday, so the big winner for the day was Bridget Hemsted. Congratulations B for putting in a great round. There were 17 ladies that made it out to enjoy a beautiful day on the Fernie Golf and County Club course and we hope everyone had fun. In addition, five of our regular ladies participated in Elkford Tournament that was also held that day. As always a 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.

We look forward to having many of you out on the course next week. Remember, you do not need to play in one of the organized tee times to play in the event or be eligible for the attendance draws. All you need to do is: have a Tuesday tee time, sign in and pay for the event in the pro-shop and complete your scoring in the binder located in the ladies locker room. Event winners are determined from the binder details after 9 p.m. on Tuesday nights or when the pro-shop closes (whichever is earlier).

Keep your eyes open for the upcoming August 20 results, as these will be a special edition of results for the 2013 Fernie Ladies Amateur Open (an event that has been set up as a two person best ball format with individual and team prizes to be awarded and will see players not only from Fernie but also all around the East Kootenay and the Crowsnest Pass).

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