Ladies’ business scramble kicks off

The Alberni Golf Club’s “Tuesday Business Ladies” have started up on Tuesdays, and will hold the Opening Scramble on Sunday, April 26.

The Alberni Golf Club’s “Tuesday Business Ladies” have started up on Tuesdays, and will hold the Opening Scramble on Sunday, April 26.

Although we are called the Tuesday Business Ladies, you don’t have to be a working woman to play. It is open to all lady golfers and all abilities.

Our opening scramble will be a shotgun start at 2 p.m., followed by dinner and prizes.  Wear your ugliest sweater to say ‘Goodbye to Winter’ and ‘Welcome Spring’!  The entry fee is $35 for members, and $45 for non-members, and includes golf, followed by a meal and a prize for every player.

Bring a non-perishable item for the Bread of Life and enter your name in a draw. Just stop by or phone the Pro Shop at 250-723-5422 to sign up.

If you don’t have your own foursome, don’t worry; we’ll match you up with someone else.

Our regular golf is every Tuesday; teeing off between 3:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. You can come as a single, twosome, threesome or foursome. Just sign up in the Pro Shop (and pay your green fee if applicable) and head to the tee.

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