Granite Pointe hosts Tournament of Roses

A list of the winners and their scores at the women's tournament...

The Granite Pointe Ladies Club hosted their annual Tournament of Roses on Tuesday. The champions were Loretta Bulfone and Diony McArthur (overall low gross with a 77) pictured here with sponsor Danny Seminoff of Nelson and District Credit Union, and Sherry McIvor and Tammy Avis (overall low net with a 60).

The flight one winners were:

First low gross – Irene Reid and Lillian Michallik (79)

First low net – Lynne Foster and Shirley Wolbaum (65)

Second low gross – Michelle Palm and Bev Stevens (82)

Second low net – Ruth O’Bryan and Kathy Tencza (65)

Third low gross – Roma Crispin and Carol Reay (83)

Third low net – Bev Poole and Laurie Hepple (66)

Fourth low gross – Linda Tamblyn and Verna Chernoff (88)

Fourth low net – Becky Allen and Audrey Arcuri (68)

The flight two winners were:

First low gross – Lorna Maxwell and Fran Crawford (95)

First low net – Anne Renee Pettyjohn and Doreen Dueck (66)

Second low gross – Marlene Pozin and Bron McLeod (95)

Second low net – Corinne Scheldrup and Jackie Chapin (67)

Third low gross – Judith Horswill and Lorraine May (99)

Third low net – Joan Jordan and Deb deTremaudan (67)

Fourth low gross – Marlene Ink and Gwen Acres (99)

Fourth low net – Marie Berg and Gerry Mowatt (72

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