Golf kicks off

Greg Eyford is the lucky winner of the Alberni Golf Club’s major prize from their 2014 golf season promotional event.

Greg Eyford is the lucky winner of the Alberni Golf Club’s major prize from their 2014 golf season promotional event. He won a free year of golf, starting April 1.

The Alberni Golf Club’s season runs from April 1 of one year to April 1 of the next year. Anyone interested in joining the club, now is a good time to do so.

There are different rates for singles, couples, juniors (under 19), students, intermediate (19 to 35 years old) and corporate plans.

The club is pleased to announce that their promotional packages will be in place for the 2015 season. These include the ever popular Nine and Dine on Monday Wednesday and Friday with special packages on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.

Each time you play in one of these events you can enter your name for monthly prizes. Your name will also be entered in the end of the year draw, which is free golf for one year.

To arrange events and tee times contact Bruce MacDonald, head professional or contact the golf course either by phoning the clubhouse at 250-723-5422 or by visiting the web site (bookmark www.albernigolf.com on your computer’s browser!).

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