Ladies 18 hole QB championship

Wednesday is a big day at Qualicum Beach Memorial Golf Club as 32 entries in three flights take to the course.

Wednesday is a big day at Qualicum Beach Memorial Golf Club as 32 entries in three flights take to the course for the final round of the Ladies 18 Hole Club Championship.

According to QBMGC’s Kathy Lennox the lead groups will be teeing off at 8:50 a.m. Sept. 25, which will put them at the 18th hole around noon.

“Watch for Susan Paterson to try to retain her crown, this would be the fifth time in a row if she wins,” said Lennox, adding there are other up and comers vying for the cup, “and don’t count out Sandi Reed, last year’s runner-up.”

“Spectators are welcome; the whole morning will be interesting with many very good golfers playing starting around 8 a.m.”

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