The Summerland Ladies Golf Club held their wind-up lunch and trophy presentation last week

Ladies’ golf league season concludes

On Tuesday, Oct. 15, Summerland Golf and Country Ladies Club played their final competition for 2013.

On Tuesday, Oct. 15, Summerland Golf and Country Ladies Club played their final competition for 2013.

It was a nine-hole gross/net contest with a luncheon and meeting to wind up a very good year

First Flight: First low gross Doreen Butterworth, 42; second low gross Val Eibner and Gwen Redfern (tied), 44; first low net Helen Pybus, 73; second low net Linda Brussee, 76

Second Flight: First low gross Joanne Gartrell, 45; second low gross Margo Humphries, 46; first low net Diana Leitch, 70; second low net Anka Manders, 73.

Third Flight: First low gross Ellen Clay, 51; second low gross Janis Goll, 53; first low net Joan Coleman, 65; second low net Betsy McAndrew, 71.

 

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