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British Columbia Golf – ROBERTS CREEK, B.C. (June 22nd, 2017) – Karen Pultz, a Surrey resident and longtime member of Peace Portal Golf Club won the B.C. Senior Women’s title when she defeated defending champion Holly Horwood of Vancouver on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff on a Sunshine Coast Golf Course that played exceedingly difficult.

After beginning the day tied for the lead with five-time champion Jackie Little, Pultz found herself three down to Little at the turn. 
But when Little stumbled on the back nine, Pultz grabbed a two-shot lead late in her round. However, a double-bogey on 18 dropped her into a tie with Horwood, who came from well back when she matched the day’s best score with a six-over 78.
Pultz won it on the first playoff hole when she got it up and down for par and Horwood three-putted for bogey. Both players finished the 54-hole event at 25-over par. That was 13 strokes higher than Horwood’s winning score last year at Kelowna Golf & Country Club.
Pultz said Sunshine Coast presented as stiff a test as she has encountered in her competitive career. “It was demanding off the tee, on top of that it is a second-shot golf course, and when you do get to the green you have to negotiate the slopes and where the ocean is and the influences that has,” Pultz said.
“Patience was a virtue. I have never experienced the challenges of tees and into the greens and onto the greens. Usually you will get one of those three, but every single hole was demanding in every aspect of it. So when I took a couple of bogeys I was like, you know what, other people are going to get them, too. Keep your head down and golf your ball.”
Little, one of British Columbia’s most decorated amateur golfers, closed with an 84. A 44 on the back nine proved to be her undoing. She finished alone in third place, one shot behind Pultz and Horwood.
Those three players will represent British Columbia at the Canadian Senior Women’s Championship, which goes Aug. 22-24 at Humber Valley Resort in Little Rapids, Nfld.
Pultz not only won the Senior Women’s title, she also captured the Super-Senior Championship for golfers 60 and over. Pultz credited a new book called Be A Player, by Pia Nilsson and Lynn Marriott, with helping her earn the biggest win of her career. “I got it as soon as I could and I have been practising some of the mental suggestions in that and it really helped me a lot this week,” she said.
The B.C. Senior Women’s Championship also included a Stableford competition that was contested over three flights based on handicaps. Lake Cowichan’s Karen Kloske of March Meadows Golf Course won the A flight with 97 points.
Nanaimo’s Georgina Hermans of Cottonwood Golf Club won the B flight with 102 points. Ladysmith’s Darleen Michell of Mount Breton Golf Course topped the C flight with 108 points.
Hermans and Michell combined to win the two-woman best-ball competition with a score of 22-under. That was nine shots better than the second-place team of Horwood and Tracey Evans of West Vancouver.
Zone 5 (Southern Vancouver Island, including Pender and Saltspring Islands) won the 36-hole zone competition by one shot over Zone 4 (Delta, Greater Vancouver, Squamish, Sunshine Coast).
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