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Summerland golfers compete in Zone 2 challenge

Low net event was fundraiser for the zone

On Tuesday, June 23, the Summerland Golf and Country Ladies Club entered the Zone 2 Challenge.

This was a low net competition and a fundraiser for the zone. Money raised helps to fund travel for junior golfers.

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Overall winner: Linda Brussee, 71.

First flight (0-27 hcp): first Linda Brussee, 71; second Lil Smith, 73; third Pat Gartrell, 75.

Second flight (28+ hcp): First Barb Oleschuk, 73; second (tie) Helen Benallick and Ellen Clay, 75.

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