The 2013 Tournament of Roses was held at Granite Pointe Golf Club on Tuesday. Winners included (L-R) Dorothy Garland and Sue Moisey (overall low gross)

Ladies tee off at Nelson’s Granite Pointe

The Granite Pointe Ladies Club hosted their annual Tournament of Roses on Tuesday.

The Granite Pointe Ladies Club hosted their annual Tournament of Roses on Tuesday.

The overall low gross winners were Dorothy Garland and Sue Moisey with a score of 91 and overall low net winners were Marcia Marinas and Michelle Palm with a 63.

Other results include:

Peace Rose Flight #1: 1st low gross Sherry McIvor and Tammy Avis (84); 2nd low gross Roma Crispin and Carol Reay (85); 3rd low gross Fran Farnsworth and Pat Lawrence (91). 1st low net Lynn Foster and Bev Stevens (66); 2nd low net Linda Tamblyn and Ann Gouk (66); 3rd low net Arlette Dunbar and Connie Kostash (68).

Tea Rose Flight #2: 1st low gross Laurie Hepple and Bev Poole (89); 2nd low gross Lorna Maxwell and Mary Gris (91); 3rd low gross Cathie McLaren and Audrey Arcuri (93). 1st low net Heather Pottle and Cheri Carlson (66); 2nd low net Corrine Scheldrup and Shirley Wolbaum (66); 3rd low net Verna Chernoff and Linda King (72).

Queen Elizabeth Rose Flight #3: 1st low gross Lois Cutler and Hilda Taylor (96); 2nd low gross Marie Berg and Bronwen McLeod (101); 3rd low gross Marlene Symmonds and Lorraine May (108). 1st low net Marlene Ink and Gwen Acres (68); 2nd low net Mary-Ann McLellan and Maxine McLean (72); 3rd low net Fran Crawford and Joan Jordan (79).

Closest to the pin winners were Dorothy Garland, Shirley Wolbaum and Maxine McLean. Longest drive winners were Pat Lawrence, Ann Gouk and Hilda Taylor. Longest putt was won by Marianne Lefley, the zigzag drive was won by Heather Pottle and Lorna Maxwell won the water ball.

The events major sponsors are the Nelson and District Credit Union, Sears Ted Allen’s Jewellery and many other businesses contribute generously.

 

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