Memorial Golf Club ladies host their six-six-six event

A total of 39 golfers turned up for Qualicum Beach event

Nancy Carter and Sara Smith were the big winners of QBMGC 18 Hole Ladies clubs six-six-six event.

 From the desk of Kathy Lennox comes word a field of 39 turned out at Qualicum Beach Memorial Golf Club recently for the Ladies 18 Hole club’s ‘six-six-six’ event — six holes best ball, six holes scramble, and six holes alternate shot.

“This was a very fun, delightful format,” said Lennox, adding, “it made for very relaxing  golf, especially with the summer  sun and light breezes.”

The big winners were Nancy Carter and Sara Smith “with an amazing 80 gross” (last year’s best was 90). 

Karen Carignan and Kathy Phelps were right behind at 84, and Mikey Aylesworth and Joyce Hope tied with Maureen Adams and Kathy Lennox with 87. 

Hole #1 and #10 was a lucky hole for chip-ins for Ann Lajoie, Maureen Adams and Pat Chern. Sharing the rewards with chip-ins of their own were Kathy Phelps on Hole #4, Mikey Aylesworth (#7), and Nancy Carter (#15).

 

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