Shuswap-area golfers earn placings

Ladies teams miss out on the top spot, but claim many other rankings.

  • Aug. 13, 2015 11:00 a.m.

The Vernon foursome of Rita Usher, Gloria Williams, Merna Koenig and Marla Taylor claimed the Capri Cup Tuesday afternoon with a 122 total at the Vernon Golf & Country Club.

Salmon Arm’s Linda Rivard, Erika Motherwell, Joan Hokanson and Lauris Black took second spot two strokes back.

Third place went to Wendi Colley, Kathy Carpenter, Bonnie Babson and Doreen Byers of Shuswap Lake Estates, also at 124.

Shuswap Lake Estates teams also captured fourth and fifth spots with a total score of  125, while a Salmon Arm quarter was sixth, also at 125.

There was a field of 128 players in the annual four-lady best two-net format.

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