Men’s golf champions in Alberni

The weather was great on Sunday, May 29 for the Haggard Trucking alternate shot event in Port Alberni

The weather was great on Sunday, May 29 for the Haggard Trucking alternate shot event.

On the gross side it was the team of Fred Fredrickson and Mike Savard who came in with a 72, followed by Craig Acland and Bob Matlock  shooting 74. Al Wright and Glen Trask  carded a  76, Colin Hamilton and Wayne Johnstone with 77, Preben Rasmussen and Masami Hirayama, with 85. Rounding  out gross scores was the team of Cal Davies and Bill Bjornson shooting 86.

On the net side of the day shooting a spectacular 58 was the dynamic duo of Lloyd Farley and Gerry Fagan Rah, Rah, Rah. Next it was Gary Korvin and Mel Trelvik shooting 6o, in third place was the team of Steve  Pointon and Dave Mann carding 62.5 followed by Jim Rhodes and Bill Kriwoken with 64.5, Cliff O’Laney and Tylo Smith with 65, John  Panagrot and Dennis Frykas with 66, Ned Stewart and Wolf Suhr shooting 67.5, Bill Morin and Darrell Van Os with 68, Bill Barrett and Darren Van Dyk carding a 72. The final net prize went to the White boys Gerry and Steve shooting 72.5.

The closest to the   pin winners were Lloyd Fairley on No. 2, Cal Davies on No. 4, Craig Acland on No. 13 and Bill Kriwoken on No. 17.

Next Sunday will be the 2 man Iron Man, playing from the blue tees. This even is sponsored by Pacific Chevrolet.

Choose your own partner and register in the Pro Shop by 2pm Saturday June 4th.

 

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