Giovetti conquers Alberni course, carding a 75

Next Sunday, Sept. 11, realtor Dave Koszegi is the sponsor. 8:30 a.m. shotgun start.

In Alberni Golf Course Men’s Club action on Sunday, Jacques Giovetti had the best gross, coming in with 75. Next, carding a gross 76 was Colin Hamilton.

On the net side it was Mel Trelvic shooting 68 followed by Ned Stewart with 69. Then came Brian Tall and James Weening rounding out the scoring.

The closest to the pin winners were Peter Mugleston on No. 2, Mel Trelvic on No. 4, Preben Rasmussen on No. 13 and Colin Hamilton on No. 17.

Next Sunday, Sept. 11, realtor Dave Koszegi is the sponsor. 8:30 a.m. shotgun start.

Player rules: Each player may only carry three clubs and a putter. Each player must use only his clubs (cannot use another player’s club). Adjustable clubs may not be changed during the round. Play will be from yellow tees.

Prizes: Prizes will be awarded for gross and net scores in two handicap groups.

Kps for both flights.

Entry fee is $15. Please enter as a single or book your own foursome in the pro shop.

 

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