Ladies scramble for fun

The Alberni Golf Club ladies’ club golfers had a wonderful time at the ladies nine- and 18-hole scramble.

The Alberni Golf Club ladies’ club golfers had a wonderful time at the ladies nine- and 18-hole scramble.  Plenty of sunshine and lots of fun.

There were 45 ladies including 10 guests who participated. The winning team with 38 was Janice Cross, Marj Dufour and Kathy Toms.

Winning a prize for the lowest team putts, a total of 12, was Laura Lee Edgell, Sandra Simpson and Kathy White.

Marta Williamson won the special prize.  After our nine holes of golf we enjoyed each others’ company over coffee and muffins.   Very enjoyable.

In the words of Bob Hope: “I’ve been playing the game so long that my handicap is in Roman numerals.”

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