Alberni partner with a pro is still a go

Unfortunately due to the rainy conditions last Sunday the Westwind Pub Partner with a Pro was postponed.

Not to worry the weather man has promised it will be a good weekend coming up.

The partner with a pro will be held this Sunday April 17.

We will still be using the pro’s that played in the masters as our partners, only the procedure will be slightly different.

When you come into the clubhouse on Sunday morning you will pay your $10, but you will not choose your pro partner until you finish your game.

That means when you come in you will choose a number out of a hat and the corresponding pro is you partner. Your score and his score added together is where you finish in our event.

Anyone who entered for last week must sign up again in the pro shop for this Sundays event.

This is an individual event, be sure to register in your own foursome or as a single and you will be placed on a team.

There will be a shotgun start at 8 a.m.

Please try to be there at least 15 minutes prior to tee time.

Don’t forget to register for the money pot, ball sweep and charity closest to the pin for $2 each.

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