Giovetti cards 77 for top spot Sunday at Alberni Golf

We have two sponsored men’s days left this year: Sept. 11 and Sept. 18.

In Men’s Club action last Sunday, Jacques Giovetti had the game of the day carding a gross 77, followed by Colin Hamilton with 78.

On the net side of the day it was Vic Carlton shooting 64. Losing by retrogression also with 64 was Masami Hiriyama, third low net went to Steve  Pointion with 67.

Closest to the pin winners were Cal Davies on No. 2, Vic Carlton on No. 4, Darren Van Dyk on No. 13 and 17.

Davies took home $34 for the only birdie on No. 13 and Colin Hamilton pocketed $34 for the only birdie on No. 17.

Next Sunday is an open day with prizes awarded for the best gross and best nets as well as the closest to the pins and money pots up for grabs. Please book your own tee time in your own group starting at 7 a.m.

Schedule update:

We have two sponsored men’s days left this year: Sept. 11 and Sept. 18.

Sept. 4 – Open

Sept. 11 – Sponsor Dave Koszegi. This event will be played with three clubs only and a putter from the yellow tees. Enter your own foursome. Cost $15. You must carry only these four clubs and cannot use another player’s club, nor can you change an adjustable club during play.

Sept. 18 – Sponsor Bowerman Excavating. This will be a wind up event. Four-man scramble, computer picked. All extra monies and prizes will be given out.

Sept. 25 – This will be a normal $5 open day and will be the last scheduled men’s club event for this season.

Oct. 16 – Annual Ironman Sponsored by Mac Five. This is an open event. Need not be a men’s club member.

This year as last we have raised $500 for Ty Watson House.

 

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