Ladies’ golf winds up

The club’s season wrap-up event takes place on Oct. 5

The Hope Ladies’ Golf Club wound up a great season of fun and competition with a dinner, meeting and awards ceremony attended by 32 members of both the morning and evening groups.

Captain Dodie Schiefermeier, and Ladies’ Day prize coordinators June Lowe and Alice Woods presented awards to the winners.

Gross Club Champion: Gabriella Kim

Net Club Champion: Angela Kim

Fall Handicap:

A Division – 1st- Angela Kim;  2nd – Charlene Kelder

B Division – 1st – June Lowe; 2nd – Shelley Simpson

Spring Handicap:

A Division – 1st – Angela Kim; 2nd – Gabriella Kim

B Division – 1st – Colleen Knight; 2nd – Ellen Poole

Birdie Winner: Angela Kim

Fall Ringer Board: Joyce Savage

Most Improved Golfer: Angela Kim

RCGA Pin Round: Angela Kim; Runner-up – Jenny Chung

Club Champion – Evening Ladies: 1st – Joyce Savage; 2nd – Fay Stewart

Election of officers for 2013:

Ladies Day: Captain – Shelley Simpson,  vice captain – Diane Field, secretary treasurer – Tama Kawase

Evening Ladies: Captain – Joyce Savage, vice captain – Barb Henry

The club’s season wrap-up event will be a two-ball tournament followed by dinner  on Oct. 5.

Golfing will start at 4:30 p.m. and dinner at 7 p.m. Sign up in the clubhouse or call the pro-shop at 604-869-5881.

Shelley Simpson

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