Chip-off the old block

Paul Saulnier and Steve White finish first in the Mac Five Challenge.

On a beautiful Sunday morning, 48 men played in the Mac Five Challenge.

First place finishers on Sunday were Paul Saulnier and Steve White with a score of 58.7.

They beat out Wolf Suhr and Ned Stewart in a chip-off.

In third place  was the team of Bill Barrett and Darren Van Dyk, followed by Bill Morin and Mel Trelvik.

Next with a score of 59.4 was  Bruce MacDonald and Clive Brown. They were followed by Ken Fong and Sam Parhar with a 59.7.

There was a group with 60 points each which included Vic Carlton and Mark Anderson, Lloyd Fairley and Gerry Fagan, Tylo Smith and Gary Mcleod. The final prize went to the team of Dean Sawyer and Dan Goddard.

Closest to the pin were recorded by, Don MacGowan on No. 2, Wolf Suhr on No. 4, Darren Van Dyk on No. 13 and John Panagrot on No. 17.

Next Sunday is an open week with the usual closest to the pins money pots and skins up for grabs. You can book your tee time in the Pro Shop starting at 7 a.m.

CHIP SHOTS…On behalf of the Men’s Club I would like to thank Bruce and Kathy MacDonald for their continued support.

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