FORE SCORES: North Okanagan weekly golf highlights

Golf courses in North Okanagan have wound up their special days/nights for the year

Final night results from around the North Okanagan link. Thank you to those who sent in your stats throughout the year. See you again in 2o2o (pun intended). 🙂

SPALLUMCHEEN BUSINESS LADIES CLUB

SPONSOR: Longhorn Pub

A FLIGHT (0-25)

Low gross: Colette Burns 41

1st low net: Michele Brandle 33.5

2nd low net: Linda Gordon 36

3rd low net: Laura Guidi 36.5

B FLIGHT (26-32)

Low gross: Joann Little 47

1st low net: Marilyn Schmolke 36

2nd low net: Helen Beatty 38

3rd low net: Ellie Nelson 39

C FLIGHT (33-40)

Low gross: Katie Marshall 56

1st low net: Claire Wilkins 39

2nd low net: Agnes Sakakibara 40.5

3rd low net: Susan Pliszka 42

FUN FLIGHT: Dolores Maddocks

LEAST PUTTS: Chris Panasiuk, 15

LONGEST DRIVES: Katrina LeNoury, Little, Joy Lippert, Gail Scott

KPs: Ester Pitt (#3), Nelson (#7)

SPALLUMCHEEN BUSINESS LADIES CLUB

SPONSOR: Tim Hortons

A FLIGHT (0-25)

Low gross: Tara Brown 41

1st low net: Jewlie Milligan 35.5

2nd low net: Michelle Sinclair 37

3rd low net: Michele Brandle 37.5

B FLIGHT (26-32)

Low gross: Cora Prevost 48

1st low net: Ellie Nelson 36

2nd low net: Marlyn Schmolke 37.5

3rd low net: Chris Panasiuk 38.5

C FLIGHT (33-40)

Low gross: Agnes Sakakibara 61

1st low net: Joy Lippert 44

2nd low net: Susan Pliszka 45

3rd low net: Noelle Typusiak 45

FUN FLIGHT: Val Cherwoniak

LEAST PUTTS: Prevost, 12

LONGEST DRIVES: Brown, Joann Little, Lippert, Cherwoniak

KPs: Milligan (#s 3 and 7)

VERNON GOLF CLUB AFTERNOON LADIES, 9 HOLES

FIRST FLIGHT (0-25)

1st low gross: Marilyn Vat 39

2nd low gross: Debbie Fisher 44

1st low net: Theresa Hirschbold 37 (R)

2nd low net: Karen Christian 37 (R)

SECOND FLIGHT (26-30)

1st low gross: Rae Jensen 48 (R)

2nd low gross: Lynn Webster 48

1st low net: Edie Pielak 34

2nd low net: Cindy Stone 37 (R)

THIRD FLIGHT (31+)

1st low gross: Johan Thornton 53

2nd low gross: Linda Edwards 54

1st low net: Karen Winsor Geatros 38

2nd low net: Trudy Kos 39

Long putt: Kos (#6)

KPs: Jane Causgrove-Reinhart (#3), Webster (#5)

Least putts: Karen Kindrachuk 13

Birdies: Hirschbold (#6)

Deuces: None

Chip-ins: Edwards (#9), Pielak (#9)

ROYAL YORK LADIES CLUB

FLIGHT A

Low gross: Rhonda Wynn 43

Low net: Heather Hornell 36 (R)

Long drive: Wynn

FLIGHT B

Low gross: Priscilla Payne 48

Low net: Brenda Noble 36

Long drive: Alena Strzelecki

FLIGHT C

Low gross: Jean Danyk 51 (R)

Low net: Betty Therrien 33.5

Long drive: Therrien

FLIGHT D

Low gross: Betty Therrien 53

Low net: Alma Marshall 38.5

Long drive: Therrien

FLIGHT D

Low gross: Ellie Smith 59

Low net: Lillian Stewart 42

Long Drive: Marge Crerar

FLIGHT FOR FUN: No winner

LONG DRIVE: No winner

KPs: Wynn, Marianne Desjardins

DEUCE, PAR POT, BIRDIE POT: None

HIDDEN HOLE: no winners

LEAST PUTTS: Yvonne Kolysher 13

LONGEST PUTT: Dianne Honeybourne

PARTY IN THE SAND: Marshall

CLOSEST TO HOOP: Desjardins

ROYAL YORK MEN’S NIGHT

SPONSOR: REINOV8

FLIGHT 0-12

Low gross: Jim Maundrell 36

Low net: Corey Ott 36

Long drive: Maundrell

KP: Curtis Patton

FLIGHT 13-18

Low gross: Tim Morine 40

Low net: Garry Gray 34

Long drive: Morine

KP: Bob LeBarron

FLIGHT 19 plus

Low gross: Mike Holoiday 41

Low net: Shawn Tronson 30

Long drive: Vaughn Sheppard

KP: Tronson

ALL PLAYERS

LONG PUTT (#2): Glenn Phillips

KP (#7): LeBarron

DEUCES: ($100) LeBarron


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