Fun day with Mirror Lake Women’s Golf

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  • Above: Players on the Mirror Lake Golf Course during the invitational. Left: Golfers from left to right: Carrie Figgins, Linda Rupley, and Pam Reghr. Courtesy photo

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  • Above: Players on the Mirror Lake Golf Course during the invitational. Left: Golfers from left to right: Carrie Figgins, Linda Rupley, and Pam Reghr. Courtesy photo

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The Mirror Lake Women’s Golf Association held its annual “Margaritaville “Invite/Fun Day on July 12. There were 51 participants in this year’s event coming from Sandpoint, Rathdrum and Priest Lake, Idaho, Cheney, Wash., Libby, Mont., and Creston, B.C., Canada. Everyone had a great time enjoying the fabulous decorations and fun on-course games. There were some great prizes to be won for closest to the pin on No. 2, Longest Putt on hole No. 3, Longest Drive on hole No. 4, Most Accurate Drive on hole No. 6 and Closest Drive to the 150 marker on hole No. 7. In addition there were numerous terrific raffle prizes and gift baskets to be won.

The overall winner of this year’s event was Julie Williams with a gross score of 83. In second place was Yvonne Larson from Creston, B.C., with a score of 89. There were prizes awarded for each flight class and they were as follows:

Flight A

First Place: Louise Mikulak with a net score of 68

Second Place: Yvonne Larson with a net score of 69

Third place: Karen English with a net score of 69

Flight B

First Place: Kelly Kemle with a net score of 68

Second Place: Ada Gardiner with a net score of 68

Third Place: Stacey Lukac with a net score of 70

Flight C

First Place: Kathy Russo with a net score of 74

Second Place: Anne Bonar with a net score of 76

Third Place: Gail Bigelow with a net score of 79

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The Longest Putt on hole No. 3 went to Linda Bogdan with a 55-foot putt. Alyssa Flynn had the longest drive on hole No. 4, Kelly Kemle had the closest to the pin shot on hole No. 2, Jane McGarty had the accuracy shot on hole No. 6 and Maureen Blackmore had the closest drive to the 150 marker on hole No. 7. Subsequent prizes were awarded to each winner for their respective event.

The golf event concluded with a wonderful lunch provided by Mirror Lake Golf Course.

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The Mirror Lake Women’s Golf meets every Tuesday evening at 5 p.m. with a 5:30 p.m. tee time and every Wednesday morning at 8 a.m. with a 9 a.m. tee time. You can play either day or both. New members are always welcome so come out and join the fun.

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