Ties abound for ladies on the links at AGC

Teams tie in 'bring a guest' scramble at Alberni Golf Course June 17, 2014.

The nine and 18-hole ladies of the Alberni Golf Course had a “bring a guest” scramble together this week. Good company, great weather and lots of laughs. We played nine holes of scramble format: no consecutive shots till you were on the green, everyone putts.

There was a tie for the winning team with a score of 36,  Janice Cross, Marg Toms, Marie Swain and Linda Nicklin on one team and Suzanne Jones, Pat Dahlquist, Marj Dufour, Lauralee Edgell and Marilyn Merwin on the other.  They won a ball each.

Doreen Grant won the KP challenge.

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