McGill wins the Dorothy O

Qualicum Beach golf tourney sees the level of play consistently high

From the desk of Kathy Lennox comes word Shirley McGill took top honours at the recent Dorothy O Franklin Tournament with a low net 59.

Part of the Qualicum Beach Memorial Golf Club’s 18 Hole Ladies Division, 32 players turned out May 25 for the annual tourney, which was established in honour of Dorothy O. Franklin, “who gave many years to women’s golf  both at the provincial and

national level,” said Lennox. “Proceeds from the tournament are used to help send promising junior girls to out of province or international tournaments.”

In other results, Division A low net honours went to Lynn Gordon with a 63; Barb Borritt net 66 and Marilyn Roney net 68.

Division B  Low net scores were Ann Lajoie at  64, Charlotte Dunwoody Net 65, and Blanche Barrett net 67. Colleen Bonar broke a 100.




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