The 2015 Ledgeview Ladies’ Amateur will be taking place July 25-26 at Ledgeview Golf & Country Club.

Ledgeview Ladies’ Amateur

The tournament is just over a week away, and the two-day tournament includes food and prizes.

The 2015 Ledgeview Ladies’ Amateur will be taking place July 25-26 at Ledgeview Golf & Country Club.

Entry into the 38th anniversary event will cost $160 for non-members and $120 for Ledgeview Golf Club members.There will be a buffet dinner following play on Saturday and a continental breakfast Sunday. Lunch and prizes will follow play on day two.

Visit to download an entry form.

A free practice round can be booked with the pro shop starting today (July 17). Call 604-859-8993.

For additional information, call tournament coordinators Heather Lang and Val Haslam at 604-850-3364 or email

For registration, contact Haslam at 604-864-2301 or

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