Golf hits tournament season at Eaglecrest

The Eaglecrest Ladies’ Golf Club kicked off the start to it’s season last week with beautiful weather and tons of smiles to be had.

Kathy Hiebert (left) and Lorna Carswell show off their trophies as Hiebert was the winner of the Marl Cup and Carswell won the Anne Sharpe Trophy at Eaglecrest Golf Club last week under the sun.

The Eaglecrest Ladies’ Golf Club kicked off the start to it’s season last week with beautiful weather and tons of smiles to be had.

The club even handed out it’s first trophies of the season.

Taking place over two rounds of golf in consecutive weeks, both the Marl Cup and Anne Sharpe Trophy were up for grabs to open up the season for the Ladies’ Club.

Kathy Hiebert, who fired a score of 142, won the Marl Cup, which saw a field of 13 golfers competing. Dawn Corcoran was the runner up, with a score of 143 over the two rounds of play.

Lorna Carswell took home the Anne Sharpe Trophy as she held off the rest of the field with a two-round score of 149. Sharon Bellinger finished second with a score of 152.

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