UPDATED: Tournament of Roses blooms at Granite Pointe

The annual women's event featured 56 competitors from nine clubs.

Golfers took to the greens for Granite Pointe's annual Tournament of Roses women's event Tuesday.

The greens of Granite Pointe were full of roses Tuesday.

The Ladies’ Club at Granite Pointe hosted its annual Tournament of Roses, which featured 56 competitors in two-player teams who travelled to Nelson from nine clubs throughout BC.

Diony McArthur and Loretta Bulfone teamed up to win with an overall low gross of 82, while Tammy Avis and Sherry McIvor also were honoured for an overall low net of 64.

See below for full results and pictures of the event.

FLIGHT ONE WINNERS

First Low Gross – Dorothy Garland and Sue Moisey ( 84 )

First Low Net – Myrna Bauline and Kim Soon Im ( 65 )

Second Low Gross – Morven Douglas and Rose Donaldson ( 86 )

Second Low Net – Bev Poole and Laurie Hepple ( 68 )

Third Low Gross – Roma Crispin and Carol Reay ( 87 )

Third Low Net – Shirley Wolbaum and Lynne Foster ( 68 )

Fourth Low Gross – Ann Renee Pettyjohn and Michelle Palm ( 91 )

Fourth Low Net – Becky Allen and Sherry Hartridge ( 71 )

FLIGHT TWO WINNERS

First Low Gross – Ruth O’Bryan and Kathy Tencza ( 91 )

First Low Net – Marcia Marinas and Loril Harding ( 66 )

Second Low Gross – Kathy King and Barb Pyett ( 96 )

Second Low Net – April Biscaro and Darlene Jones ( 67 )

Third Low Gross – Gerry Mowatt and Bev Stevens ( 96 )

Third Low Net – Lynne Cranna and Roxy Stevenson ( 68 )

Fourth Low Gross – Gwen Acres and Karen McGinnis ( 98 )

Fourth Low Net – Ann Smithson and Lorraine May ( 68 )

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