Ladies Golf Results

A list of Ladies Golf Results from the July 30 edition of The Free Press, submitted by Jill Snell.

Another great week saw 24 players join us at the Fernie Golf and Country Club for a round of Ladies’ Day Golf.  We hope you all had some fun if not a super round of golf.

July 21, 2015 Regular Event:  Flighted Putt-less (Strokes to Green, gross score less putts)

0-22 Hdcp: Kathy Pachara and Bridget Hemsted tied23-27 Hdcp:  Kathy Jaeb28-31 Hdcp:  Eileen Thrun32+ Hdcp:  Jill Snell

0-27 Hdcp KP on 5:  Kathy Pachara28+ Hdcp KP on 5:  Anita Mitchell

Deuce Pot:  Kathy Pachara

Skins:  Beth Field, Christine Stein, Anne Majic, Donna Clark, Kathy Pachara, Patty Vadnais, Bridget Hemsted

Gross Quota Points:  1st Jill Snell, 2nd Kathy Pachara, 3rd Bridget Hemsted, 4th Patty Vadnais, 5th Anne Majic, 6th Kathy Jaeb, 7th Christine Stein and 8th Pat Moore

Attendance Prize:  Overwaitea – Anne Majic

Ferne Chiropractic – Arlene Bye

As noted last week we have entered tournament season has started.  Congratulations go out to Jill Snell/Greg Kosinski and Arlene Bye/Don Jackson who won 2nd low gross and 3rd low gross respectively for their teams at the Elkford Mountain Meadows He/She tournament played Saturday July 18, 2015.  Congratulations also go out to Team Fernie (consisting of Chris Stockey, Pat Moore, Ursula Schroeder, Kathy Jaeb, Marilyn Bruschetta, Kay Chesley, Patty Vadnais and Jill Snell) who won Team Low Net at the East Kootenay Amateur Team Challenge held at the Radium Golf Course Thursday, July 24, 2015.  Way to go ladies, second year in a row!!  The next tournament at the Fernie Golf and Country Club runs Aug 8, 2015 and is the 37th Annual He & She Golf Tournament.  It is always a great time with fun prizes, draw prizes and competitive prizes.  Please call the proshop on 25-423-7773 to register or for more details.

Thanks goes out to the Ladies’ Day Season sponsors including:  Fernie Chiropractic and Overwaitea, their sponsorship helps us run our weekly events.  Special thanks Ray and his grounds crew, our course is looking better and better every week.

Have a super weekend 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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