Memorial’s Champions

A field of 25 played 54 holes over three days for the QB Memorial Golf Club’s Ladies 18 Hole Championships.

  • Aug. 23, 2011 10:00 a.m.

The Qualicum Beach Memorial Golf Club held its annual Ladies 18 Hole club championships. From back left: Joan Williams

OCEANSIDE – From the desk of Kathy Lennox comes word a field of 25 played 54 holes over three days for the QB Memorial Golf Club’s Ladies 18 Hole Championships.

In the end, Susan Paterson captured her third straight title with a steady game and overall gross score of 263 (88, 88 and 87).

Sandi Reed was the runner-up at at 268 (85, 94 and 89) and other winners were:


Flight three Handicap 27-40

Low net: 205, Joan  Williams

Low gross: 289, Ann Lajoie


Flight two Handicap 23-26

Low net: 215, Karen Carignan

Low gross: 283, Lynn Buchanan

Flight one Handicap 0-22

Low net: 218, Barb Borritt

Low Gross: 278, Lynn Gordon


Overal Low Net:

Winner: 200, Joyce Hope

Runner up: 204, Maureen Adams


Overal Low Gross:

Winner: 263, Susan Paterson

Runner up: 268, Sandi Reed

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