Golf tournament benefits food bank

Local golfers putt for people

And the winners are (from left): Joan Jeffs

From the links comes word 31 ladies turned out at Qualcum Beach Memorial Golf Club recently for the Colored Ball For Charity tournament, and the big winner was the Salvation Army Food Bank which organizers presented a donation of just under $300.

Kathy Lennox said it was a team event with net scores used. The first player on a team plays the coloured ball on the first hole and uses her net score.


The winning team of Felicity O’Carrroll, Joan Jeffs, Jill Green and June Dunn scored a net 67 (Joan broke 90 for the first time). Runners-up were Lynn Gordon, Edie Gross and Blanche Barrett with 69. — James Clarke



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