Mary Martins lines up her attempt at the Friday night chipping contest. Photo contributed

Ladies Open golf tournament a blast

Both winners were from Terrace at the Skeena Valley Golf & Country Club tournament

A total of 64 ladies swung clubs at the recent Ladies Open golf tournament at the Skeena Valley Golf & Country Club July 7-9 in Terrace.

The overall low gross winners were Ann Maher and Kim MacDougall from Terrace.

Low net winners were Colleen Annibal and Ellen Smith, also from Terrace.

Half of the 64 golfers, that is 32 ladies, travelled from out of town.

 

Overall low net winners Colleen Annibal and Ellen Smith. Photo contributed

Overall low gross winners Ann Maher and Kim MacDougall display their trophy. Photo contributed

Jocelyn Galloway presents the proceeds from the chipping contest to winner Stacey Naeth. Photo contributed

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