FORE SCORES: North Okanagan weekly golf highlights

Golf courses in North Okanagan begin their special day/night action

Results from around the North Okanagan links…

SPALLUMCHEEN BUSINESS LADIES GOLF CLUB, MAY 8

SPONSOR: Red Top Shoes

A FLIGHT WINNERS (0-25)

1st low gross: Colette Burns 42 (retro)

1st low net: Jewlie Milligan 31.5

2nd low net: Laura Guidi 33.5

3rd low net: Tara Brown 34

B FLIGHT WINNERS (26-32)

1st low gross: Gilian Kilgour 47

1st low net: Ellie nelson 34.5 (retro)

2nd low net: Agnes Sakakibara 34.5 (R)

3rd low net: Ester Pitt 34.5 (R)

C FLIGHT WINNERS (28-33)

1st low gross: Daisy Baker 53

1st low net: Marilyn Greig 38 (retro)

2nd low net: Susan Pliska 38

3rd low net: Katie Marshall 39 (retro)

FUN FLIGHT WINNER

Gail Scott

KPs (Closest to the Pin):

Hole No. 3/12: Burns

Hole No. 7/15: Guidi

LEAST PUTTS: Sakakibara, 14

LONGEST PUTTS: Katrina Lenoury, Kilgour, Greig, Cory Danielson

ROYAL YORK MEN’S NIGHT, MAY 9

FIRST FLIGHT

Low gross: Jim Maundrell 40

Low net: Scott Patton 34.5

Long drive: Patton

KP: Patton

SECOND FLIGHT

Low gross: Vern Wong 39

Low net: Lyle Hinds 33.5

Long drive: George Kocsis

KP: Dan Giesbrecht

THIRD FLIGHT

Low gross: Keith Sather 42

Low net: Joe Cramer 33

Long drive: Alex Brown

KP: Rob Brown

ALL PLAYERS

Long putt #2: Bob Lebarron

KP #7: Hinds

Deuces: Wong (x2, $100), Hinds, Maundrell ($50 each)

Skins: Brian Orme, Darin Grant ($50 each)

ROYAL YORK LADIES CLUB MAY 7

FLIGHT A

Low gross: Marianne Desjardins 46

Low net: Mary Larcombe 35

Long drive: Desjardins

FLIGHT B

Low gross: Angela Bushey 44

Low net: Priscilla Payne 31.5

Long drive: Marnie Kovacs

FLIGHT C

Low gross: Betty Therrien 49

Low net: Joanne McIntyre 33.5

Long drive: McIntyre

FLIGHT D

Low gross: Dianne Honeybourne 57

Low net: Lillian Stewart 37

Long drive: Donna Brown

FLIGHT FOR FUN

Winner: Marnie Kyle

Long drive: Theresa Storla

KPs: Rhonda Wynn, Kovacs, Therrien

Deuce, Par Pot, Birdie Pot winners: Kelly Smeeth (A Birdie); Payne, Cora Prevost, Kovacs (B Par); Bushey (B Birdie); Therrien (C Par); Lillian Stewart (D Par)

Hidden Hole: Honeybourne

Least Putts: Kathy Saul Fowler, 15

Longest Putt: Linda Chatham

Party In the Sand: Sue Weiss

Closest to Hoop: Pamela Malla

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