SHUSWAP NATIONAL LADIES’ LEAGUE

Wednesday is Ladies’ Night at Shuswap National! Come out with some friends and enjoy an evening of cool drinks, great food and even better company. Our Ladies’ Night formats are designed to appeal to every golfer, so whether you’re an experienced pro, or you just got your first set of clubs, you’ll have a great time.
*All formats are subject to change*
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June 1st

Scramble – 2 Players
Both players hit their shots, then select their preferred shot, and then both play from there. They continue this until the hole is complete
Low Net Winner: Amanda Miller & Tammy Corston (32) **By Retrogression**

June 8th

Shamble – 2 Players
Both players tee off, and select one tee shot to use. From that tee shot, both players play their own ball through the hole and use the lower score as the team score
Low Net Winner: Kelly Smeeth & Judy Phillips (31)
Closest to the Pin #3: Susie Lorenz
Closest to the Pin #6: LaRaine Corrie

June 15th

Best Ball – 2 Players
Both teammates play through the hole, using the lower of the two scores as the team score
Low Net Winner: Susie Bonn & Chrissie Davis (32)
Closest to the Pin #3: Kim Bittner
Closest to the Pin #6: Lisa Tarangul

June 22nd

Stroke Play – 1 Player

June 29th

Mix-Up Scramble – 4 Players
Players sign up as pairs, and are assigned another pair to play with as a team of 4
Closest to the Pin #3: Susie Lorenz
Closest to the Pin #6: Susie Lorenz

July 6th

Scramble – 2 Players
Low Net: Gloria Morgan & Shelly Reglin (33)
Closest to the Pin #3: Amanda Griffith
Closest to the Pin #6: Melissa Woloshyn

July 13th

Shamble – 2 Players
Both players tee off, and select one tee shot to use. From that tee shot, both players play their own ball through the hole and use the lower score as the team score
Low Net: Kelly Smeeth & Judy Phillips (32)
Closest to the Pin #3: Tammy Corston
Closest to the Pin #6: Deb Archambault

July 20th

Best Ball – 4 Players
Same rules as best ball, but in teams of 4

July 27th

Casino Scramble – 4 Players
After all player have hit their tee shot, the team rolls a dice and have to use a specific shot based on the roll of the dice
1-4: Each player is assigned a number 1 through 4, so the corresponding player’stee shot must be used
5: Any tee shot can be selected
6: Every hole will have it’s own “special” rule that must be followed
The remainder of each hole is played as a standard 4-player scramble
Closest to the Pin #3: Shelly Reglin
Closest to the Pin #6: Kelly Smeeth

August 3rd

Best Ball – 2 Players
Low Net: Kelly Smeeth & Judy Phillips (31)
Closest to the Pin #3: Judy Phillips
Closest to the Pin #6: LaRaine Corrie

August 10th

Scramble – 2 Players
Low Net: Susie Lorenz & Deb Archambault (29)
Closest to the Pin #3: Judy Phillips
Closest to the Pin #6: Tammy Corston

August 17th

3-3-3 – 2 Players
Holes 1-3 are played as Best Ball
Holes 4-6 are played as a Shamble
Holes 7-9 are played as a Scramble

August 24th

Elimination Scramble – 4 Players
Similar rules to a normal scramble, but whoever’s shot was used last cannot hit the following shot. This rule only applies until the golfers reach the green, all players can putt regardless of who hit the last shot.

August 31st

Stringball Scramble – 4 Players
Each team gets a length of string corresponding to their team handicap (2 feet per handicap stroke). Teams can use this string to move their ball any distance (within the length of the string) without penalty. After moving the ball, that amount of string is cut off and can no longer be used