Colette Burns and Katrina Lenoury carded a 76 Saturday to win low gross honours in the Spallumcheen Ladies Two-Ball Golf Tournament.
Burns and Lenoury registered one deuce, joining Jacqueline Sullivan/Edel Venus, Ester Pitt/Marilyn Schmolke, Bonnie Taylor/Fran Munro and Elaine Nelson/Susan Out in the deuce pot.
Lenoury claimed three long drives (No. 3, 8 and 11), while Mary Lukacs had LD on the 18th hole.
First low net title went to Agnes Sakakibara and Diane Baker at 58.55, edging Nelson and Out at 58.9.
Linda Bridgeman and Diane Oakden took third low net at 59.15 with Patti Kidd and Pam Page finishing fourth at 59.25.
Sullivan and Venus were fifth at 61.1, followed by Linda Gordon and Deb Heale with 61.2.
KPs were registered by Tara Brown, Shelley Cooper, Pitt, Nelson and Munro.
Longest putts were turned in by Lynda Doyle on No. 2, Sharon Fuhr on the fifth and 16th holes and Pitt on No. 14.
Meanwhile, Women With Drive goes Friday, Aug. 7 from 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at the Kamloops Golf & Country Club (call 250-376-3231).
Lindsay MacDermott, Leslie Brett-Davies and Shannon McGeady are the instructors. MacDermott joined the PGA of BC in 2001 and has dedicated the majority of her professional career to teaching and coaching. She started teaching with the Eaglequest family under the mentorship of Sean Richardson before moving to Sun Rivers Golf Resort.