Glen Trask tops at Alberni Golf Club

In men’s club action on Sunday, the Port Boat House Red, White & Blue event was held.

Another Alberni Valley Charity Golf Classic is in the books. By all reports it was very successful. It will be a couple of months before we know exactly how much was made for the charities.

In men’s club action on Sunday, the Port Boat House Red, White & Blue event was held. Leading all golfers shooting a gross 75 was Glen Trask.

Next was Preben Rasmussen carding  76, then Keith Gauthier and Colin Hamilton both came in with 81, followed by Gary Korven and Fred Fredrickson recording 83. On the net side of things it was Dennis Frykas with 68 followed by Steve White and Darrell Van Os with 69, Cliff O’Laney and Steve Pointon shooting 70, Vic Carlton and Glen Barton recording 71 and finally Darren Van Dyk, Wayne Johnstone,  Gerry White, Don McGowan and Al Wright all with  73.

Next week and the following week the men’s club will be holding the club championship, sponsored by the Alberni Golf Club and Alberni Autoworks

July 17 and July 24 tee times. Sign up in the pro shop. Only gross scores will be used. Entry fee is $20.

Groupings will be decided by draw for the first day and by scores on the final round. Tee times to be determined at entry deadline. Deadline for entries is Saturday, July 16 at 2 p.m.

Men’s Club will hold two events on the same days.

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