It’s All About the Ladies on Wednesdays

Montana's Ladies Night Cancelled for June 16

2021

The golf season will consist of 19 weeks starting Wednesday, May 5, 2021 and running until Wednesday, Sept 8, 2021.

  • Front and back nine tee times will alternate weekly.
  • Tee times will be from 4:10 pm to 7:00 pm. The Dunes Golf & Winter Club reserves the right to adjust tee times to effectively fill the tee sheet. A full schedule will be available on our website or posted on the outside bulletin board by the Pro Shop entrance.

For more information or to get involved contact:
780.538.4333
golf@thedunes.ca
hello@thedunes.ca

Thank you to our Ladies’ Night League Sponsor
Montana's BBQ & Bar Grande Prairie

Current Weekly Door Prize Winners

JUNE 9, 2021

Sandy Pasuala – $25 Dunes GC
Debra Cartier – $25 Montana’s GC
Colleen Rose  -$25 Dunes GC
Florence Vanstone – $25 Montana’s GC
Janice LoveJoy  – $25 Dunes GC
Heather MacLean – $25 Montana’s GC
Sheila Smith – $25 Dunes GC
Liza Richer – $25 Montana’s GC

 

Team Scores

Previous Prize Winners

JUNE 2 WINNERS – GIFT CARDS

Sharon Wickberg – $25 Montana’s GC
Joy Mayne – $25 Dunes GC
Ronnie Engele-Ford – $25 Montana’s GC
Shelly Hegge  – $25 Dunes GC
Sherry Drysdale – $25 Montana’s GC
Iris Tissington – $25 Dunes GC
Gloria Matiaszow – $25 Montana’s GC
Lori Spracklin – $25 Dunes GC

JUNE 2 WINNER  – RAFFLE TICKETS

Congratulations Lori Spracklin on having the winning ticket for the June 2 raffle for a pair of Skechers golf shoes, FootJoy socks, and a FootJoy glove.

June 2 Ladies Night Winning Raffle TicketLadies Night Raffle - Skechers Golf Shoes

Weekly Scorecards

Each team must keep a scorecard that will be submitted by email after finishing their round. The scorecard has to be signed by one of the team members. Then take a photo of your completed card and email it to: golf@thedunes.ca

If your scorecard is not received by the following Wednesday your team will receive a score of 10.

 

Playing Format

Playing Format: Mystery Ringer Hole

  • Each week golfers will play Stroke Play (each player plays their own ball and keeps their score on the team scorecard for the 9-hole round).
  • There will be 18 weeks of Mystery Ringer Holes to make up your teams total 18-hole scorecard for the season.
  • There are two extra weeks of golf in the season in case of rainouts. If more than two weeks are needed to complete the final scorecards, the remaining holes will be taken from the Sept 4 and 11 dates as required.
  • Golfers will follow the Rules of Golf as outlined by Golf Canada. Play fair and have fun.
  • Each team must keep a scorecard that will be handed into the Pro Shop after finishing their round. The scorecard has to be signed by one of the team members after the scores are added and deemed correct.
  • Each week there will be a Mystery Ringer Hole on the front and back nines. The best score from all four players will be used as your Mystery Ringer Hole score for each week.
  • Teams will also be scored based on attendance. For each player missing from your foursome you will be penalized 1 stroke. This will be added to your Mystery Ringer Hole score (Eg. Your best score on hole 7 is a 3. You are missing one player from your team so your Mystery Ringer Hole score will then be a 4). This is to encourage all teams to have four players each week. If a team is missing all four players on any Ladies’ Night, that team will be assessed a score of 10 for their Mystery Ringer Hole.
  • If a player on your team is having a bad hole (we all do at times) they can choose to “X” out for that hole. This is to help with speed of play. For players who enter their scores for handicap purposes and chose to “X” out a hole they can still enter their 9-hole scores to Golf Canada by replacing the “X” out with their equitable score based on their handicap. Please refer to the Golf Canada Handicap Rules for more details. These are available in the Ladies’ Locker room for your reference. If there is an “X” on your team card only remaining players scores will be considered for your Mystery Ringer Hole score for that hole.

 

For more information about one of our other leagues select a link below:

TEE TIMEFRONT NINE
4:14pmKim Tissington
4:22pmBabe Bonnett
4:30pmSharon Peterson
4:38pmJoy Mayne
4:46pmPar-T-Chiks
4:54pmVelda McKenzie-Diederich
5:02pmKendra Stewart
5:10pmTrina Irons
5:18pmLiza Richer
5:26pmSarah Donovan
5:34pmPaula McGregor
5:42pmSandra Bauer
5:50pmColleen Rose
5:58pmRhonda Danderfer
6:06pmDeana Charboneau
6:14pmCarolynn Fraser
6:22pmLeslie Syrnyk
6:30pmKristina Shipway
TEE TIMEFRONT NINE
4:14pmTrudy Buelow
4:22pmPat Zuidwyk
4:30pmLesley Vandemark
4:38pmDonna Fitzgerald
4:46pmDeb Haglund
4:54pmCoralie Haman
5:02pm Brenda Pickard
5:10pmCandis Chateauneuf
5:18pmMiriam Bowes
5:26pmCandice Secrist/Montana's
5:34pmBrenda Gomes
5:42pmTara Smoke
5:50pmKrysti Tissington
5:58pmMarg Martel
6:06pmSue Henheffer
6:14pmPVI Vixens
6:22pmKatrina Longmate
6:30pmLori Spracklin

Play. Laugh. Celebrate.

Our 2020 season wrapped up on September 15 and 16, 2020, with our wind-up dinners, raffles, and prize presentations. The final team scores were close right to the last night of golf. After the final count, our 2020 Champions were the team of Maryse Nellis, Daisy Harpe, Leta Alloway, Carrie-Anne O’Shea, Leslie Vandemark, and Linda Thetrault with a score of 76.

In second place, by countback, with a 79 was the team of Coralie Haman, Barb Turnbull, Tracy Loroff, and April Brown. In third place, also with a 79, was the team of Brenda Pickard, Heather MacLean, Karen Scribner, Michele Ehret, and Merle Hawrlyuk.

“I’m just going to have fun. Maybe that will be the most important thing to do.” – Yani Tseng, LPGA Player

Play. Laugh. Celebrate.

Our 2020 season wrapped up on September 15 and 16, 2020, with our wind-up dinners, raffles, and prize presentations. The final team scores were close right to the last night of golf. After the final count, our 2020 Champions were the team of Maryse Nellis, Daisy Harpe, Leta Alloway, Carrie-Anne O’Shea, Leslie Vandemark, and Linda Thetrault with a score of 76.

In second place, by countback, with a 79 was the team of Coralie Haman, Barb Turnbull, Tracy Loroff, and April Brown. In third place, also with a 79, was the team of Brenda Pickard, Heather MacLean, Karen Scribner, Michele Ehret, and Merle Hawrlyuk.

 

“I’m just going to have fun. Maybe that will be the most important thing to do.” – Yani Tseng, LPGA Player

WEEKLY
SCORECARDS

Please remember to take a photo of your team’s scorecard at the end of your round and email it to golf@thedunes.ca

If your scorecard is not received by the following Wednesday your team will receive a score of 10.

IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER

FREE BBQ NIGHT – JUNE 9

Please show up at least a half-hour prior to your tee time to have to time get your hamburger, fries, and beverage.

 

IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER

We will be moving our free BBQ night from June 2 to June 9.

Please show up at least a half-hour prior to your tee time to have to time get your beef on a bun and beverage.

 

 

WEEKLY
SCORECARDS

Please remember to take a photo of your team’s scorecard at the end of your round and email it to golf@thedunes.ca

If your scorecard is not received by the following Wednesday your team will receive a score of 10.

The Dunes Golf & Winter Club