Ladies’ Golf Results

The following ladies' golf results are from Sept. 1, 2015.

Submitted by Jill Snell

We were once again so lucky to get in some golf between the rain shower but I think we can all agree we are so thankful to the rain and have some of the smoke finally washed away.  We had 22 players out this week and we hope you had a lovely time at the Fernie Golf and Country Club for this week’s Ladies’ Day Golf.

September 1, 2015 Regular Event:  Flighted Low Gross

0-22 Hdcp:  Bridget Hemsted23-27 Hdcp:  Kathy Jaeb28-31 Hdcp:  Jill Snell32+ Hdcp:  Marilyn Onofrychuk

0-27 Hdcp KP on 5:  Marion Goodman28+ Hdcp KP on 5:  Marilyn Bruschetta

Deuce Pot:  Push as there was no deuces on the course this week

Skins:  Jill Snell, Kathy Jaeb, Marilyn Bruschetta (2), Bridget Hemsted (2)

Attendance Prize:  Overwaitea – Chris Stockey

Fernie Ladies Club – Sue Boyd

We have one more week of regular events running September 15, 2015. Group tee times are available at 10am, 2:57pm and 5:48pm.  Call the pro-shop to join in the fun.

Mark the date for the the Ladies Closing Special will be held Sunday September 20, 2015 with a shotgun start at 4:00 p.m., sign-in will be at 3:30 p.m. that day.  Details and registration will soon be available in the pro-shop.  It should make for a fun evening of golf and dinner.

Thank you to the Ladies’ Day Season sponsors:  Fernie Chiropractic and Overwaitea, their sponsorship helps us run our weekly events.  Special thanks Ray and his grounds crew (with a little help from mother nature), all of your hard work has resulted in a course that is is fantastic condition to play.

Enjoy the rest of your week and we welcome you to come out soon and join us for a fun round of golf on a Tuesday Ladies’ Day at the Fernie Golf and Country Club.

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