Blue, White & Red up next

In Men’s Club action this past Sunday, the weather was just right for golf, but the numbers of players were down slightly.

In Men’s Club action this past Sunday, the weather was just right for golf, but the numbers of players were down slightly.

On the gross side of the day it was Jim Proteau leading the way, shooting a 76. Preben Rasmussen followed, carding a 78. Then it was Glen Trask with 79 and Fred Fredrickson coming in with 81.

In the net category shooting a 64 was Bill Morin. Next, all with 66 were Cal Davies,  Bill Bjorenson and Darrell Van Os.

Closest to the pin winners were Bill Morin on No. 2, Darrell Van  Os on No. 4 “no”  one on No. 13 and  Glen Trask on No. 17.

This Sunday, July 10 is the Port Boat House Blue, White & Red Tournament.

For those who aren’t sure how that goes, it’s fairly simple. Six holes are played from the blue tees, six from the white tees and six from the red tees. The order that they will be played will be determined by the club captain.

The shotgun start will be at 8 a.m. Please make up your own foursomes and register in the pro shop, or enter as a single and you will be placed in a group. This is an individual event: every man for himself. The price is $15 per player which includes closest to the pins and money pots.

 

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