Ladies invited to play in golf classic

Morningstar Ladies Club to host Black and White Classic on July 12

The Morningstar Golf Club Ladies Club invites all women golfers to take part in its annual Black and White Golf Classic Tuesday, July 12, beginning at 9:30 a.m. with a shotgun start.

Not quite as formal as the name suggests, golfers are nonetheless encouraged to wear black and white during their rounds. The format is teams of 4/2 net best ball, and you may register as a full team, a twosome or as a single and be placed with a team.

Registration includes 18 holes of golf with a power cart, morning coffee and muffins, lunch and prizes.

The cost is $75 per player ($30 for Morningstar members), with the registration deadline July 6.

For registration forms or more info, contact Karen Deadmarsh at 250-248-8718 or kandb15@telus.net.

— Submitted by Morningstar Ladies Club

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