Fagan wins low net at AGC

The people's pro, Gerry Fagan, has the scoop on the happenings at the Alberni Golf Club.

Sunday was another great day on the links at Alberni Golf Club: the sun was shining, the birds were singing and Gerry Fagan shot a net 59. (rah rah rah).

In Men’s Club action, Craig Acland came through with the game of the day, shooting a gross score of 72. Way to go Craig. On the net side on things Glen Trask shot a 68 to capture the low handicap division, while the high handicap division was won by Fagan.

The closest to the pin winners were Darren Van Dyk on No. 2, Phil Anker went home with $30, with his Charity closest to the pin on No. 4. No one managed to hit the green on No. 13 and Al Wright had the closest to the pin on No. 17.

In the skins competition, there is still no winner on no 16 in the low handicap division, on Sunday it was worth $340. In the high handicap division, Phil Anker got a net 3 on No. 5, Dave Mann had a net 2 on No. 10 and Jim Rhodes had a net 2 on No. 16. All three walked away with $30 each.

Just a reminder  there won’t be Men’s Club for the next two weeks. This coming weekend is the West Coast Amateur, with plenty of spot available if you care to play in the tournament.

The following Sunday, June 22, will be the Ladies West Coast.

We will see  you in three weeks.

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