Alberni Golfers on track

Fifty-Two men hit the links for the Pacific Chevrolet Iron Man held last Sunday.

Fifty-Two men hit the links for the Pacific Chevrolet Iron Man held last Sunday. This event was played from the blue tees, which made the course tough, especially for us little ball hitters.

The field was divided into three groups, both gross and net.

On the gross side: in Group 1 the winners were Brian Rands and Ted Stewart, with Mike Pechor and Russ Isrelson coming second. In Group 2, was Terry Rai and Art Hebert, Ken Fong and Vito Caldaruko. In Group 3 were Gerry White and Steve White, Paul Saulnier and Jacques Giovetti; Lloyd Fairley and Gerry Fagan, John Panagrot and Dennis Frykas then Jack Sparks and Darrell Van Os.

On the net side: the over all winners in Group 1 were Fred Fredrickson and Mike Savard, followed by Craig Acland and Keith Gauthier, then it was David Turner and Peter Mugleston. In Group 2 was Al Wright and Glen Trask, Don McGowan and Art Fowler, James Weening and Gord Unger.

In Group 3 it was Mel Trelvik and Darren Van Dyk, Cal Davies and Cliff O’Laney, Steve Pointon and Dave Mann, Masami Hiryama and Wayne Johnstone, then came Bill Bjornson and Tylo Smith.

 

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