Lloyd Fairley and Gerry Fagan top team Mac five challengers for Alberni Golf

Next Sunday is an open day, with prizes awarded for the best gross and best net scores.

Sponsor Bruce MacDonald

That’s right, believe it or not Lloyd Fairley along with his partner Gerry Fagan were the top team in the Mac Five Challenge on Sunday.

Followed in order of the way they finished, were Paul Saulnier and George DeFrane, Steve Pointon and Dave Mann, Jerry Swaney and Gerry Blender, Cliff O’Laney and Brian Tall, Mel Trelvik and Vic Carlton, Preben Rasmussen and Masami Hirayama, Jacques Giovetti and Don Grill, Cal Davies and Jack Sparks, Gary McLeod and Bill Kriwokon and the final prize was won by the team of Bruce MacDonald and Dave Turner.

The  closest to the  pin winners were Al Wright on No. 2, Lloyd Fairley on No. 4 and 13, and Dave Mann on No. 17.

One again we would like to thank Bruce and Kathy MacDonald of Mac Five Golf, for their generous contribution to the day.

Next Sunday is an open day, with prizes awarded for the best gross and best net scores. Also the closest to the pin and money pot are up for grabs. Please make your own tee time in your own group starting at 7 a.m.

 

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