Christina Proteau knows what it takes to win golf tournaments at the Nanaimo Golf Club, and she won another.
The defending champion won the Nanaimo Women’s Mid-Island Amateur golf tournament on Sunday, retaining a first-round lead to win by seven strokes.
Kim Evans of the Nanaimo Golf Club was the runner-up in the low gross competition and 12-year-old Shirin Anjarwalla of the Nanaimo club won the low-net title on the weekend with an adjusted score of 143.
Tournament organizers sorted the golfers into either low-gross or low-net divisions. Results include:
Low gross – Christina Proteau, Alberni, 145; Kim Evans, Nanaimo, 152; Penny Baziuk, Cordova Bay, 159; Michelle McCann, Glacier Greens, 160; Kylie Frederick, Arrowsmith, 162; Jennifer Knight, Morningstar, 163; Alison Murdoch, Victoria, 166; Karen Kloske, March Meadows, 168; Janine Kosmenko, Bear Mountain, 169; Carla Escobar, Bear Mountain, 171.
Low net – Shirin Anjarwalla, Nanaimo, 143; Sally Dobler, Morningstar, 144; Georgina Hermans, Cottonwood, 144; Lou Watkins, Cordova Bay, 147; Linda Hudson, Cedar Hill, 147; Susan Hughes, Mount Brenton, 149; Jill Braun, B.C. Players Club, 149; Billie Chang, Mount Brenton, 150; Bobby Piety, Cottonwood, 151; Edith Yaworski, B.C. Players Club, 152.