Tournament chair Joanne Sylvester presents the low gross trophy to Rose Holkestad.

Tournament chair Joanne Sylvester presents the low gross trophy to Rose Holkestad.

Prince Rupert golfers tops in Ladies Jubilee

Approximately 30 golfers from around the northwest made their way to Prince Rupert during Seafest weekend for the annual Ladies Jubilee, and it was two Prince Rupert golfers who came out on top.

Approximately 30 golfers from around the northwest made their way to Prince Rupert during Seafest weekend for the annual Ladies Jubilee, and it was two Prince Rupert golfers who came out on top.

The overall low gross winner and tournament champion for 2011 was Rose Holkestad of Prince Rupert, who followed up an 88 on Saturday with an 87 on Sunday for a two-day gross of 175.

Low net for the tournament went to Andrea Pollock, whose two day total of 213 gave her a new of 141 based on a handicap of 36.

First Low gross in the Championship flight went to Janet Sheppard, who shot a 96 on Saturday and then dropped 10 strokes on Sunday for a total of 182, followed by Aina Pettersen with a gross of 189 and Kim Croot with a gross of 195. Low net for the Championship flight was awarded to Cynthia Rosario, who finished with a net of 152 based on a score of 186, followed by Susan Mackeznie with a net of 158 and a gross of 194 and Karin Williamson with a net of 161.

Low gross in the first flight wen to Fran Colussi, who shot a 101 on Saturday and a 99 on Sunday for a gross of 200, followed by Bonnie Flann, who was in a countback with Selma Standring as both ladies finished with a two-day total of 210. It was down to the wire for low net for the flight, which went to Pam Hays, who finished with a net of 156 based on a gross of 204. She was followed closely by Carol Schaeffer with a net of 157 and Judy Fraser with a net of 159.

In the second flight, low gross went to Margaret Chan, who followed up Saturday’s 103 with a 110 on Sunday for a total of 213, followed by Donna Viereck with a gross of 221 based on scores of 112 and 109 and Mary Murphy with a two day total of 242. Low net for the flight was won by Carol Bryant, who finished the tournament with a net of 160, followed by Barry Anne Bury with a net of 162 and Chris Gordon with a net of 164.

With the Ladies Jubilee now in the books, the men will be taking to the course this weekend for the Men’s Jubilee.

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