Alberni Golf: DQ event smooth

More than 50 golfers played in the Dairy Queen two man Iron Man on Sunday July 22.

Fifty golfers played in the Dairy Queen two man Iron Man on Sunday July 22.

Craig Acland and Keith Gauthier posted first low gross.  Sam Parhar and Brett Parhar were second followed by Preban Rasmussen and Dennis Debolt.  First low net were Kevin Carlton and Mark Anderson followed by Jim Lawler and Frank Hastings, Jacques Giovetti and John Jones, George DeFrane and Paul Saulnier, Jim Rhodes and Ron Barker.

On No. 2 Craig Acland was closest to the pin.  Art Fowler collected $33 for his closest to the pin shot on No. 4.  Sam Parhar scored closest to the pin on No. 13 and Ken Fong was closest on No. 17.  On No. 6 Keith Gauthier put his second shot closest to the pin.  The Westwind Pub put up a gift certificate for the long drive on No. 5 and Ken Fong walked off with  that prize.

No winner on the hidden hole this week so $296 will be up for grabs next Sunday.

On Thursday Gene Kimoto aced  No. 13.  Way to go Gene.

Next Sunday is the Van Isle Ford Scramble.  The computer will pick four- man teams for a shotgun start at 8 a.m. sharp.  Please enter with your handicap.

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