Men’s golf kicks off

Away we go on what promises to be another spectacular golfing season at the Alberni Golf Course.

Away we go on what promises to be another spectacular golfing season with some positive changes to the Men’s Club at the Alberni Golf Course.

Club Captain Preben Rasmussen and his committee have an exciting Men’s Club lined up for this year. There are a number of new sponsors to add to our many existing ones. That should make for an increase in prizes.

The first event of the year starts this Sunday, March 27 with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. It will be a four-man, best gross and best net combined competition. The two scores must be from different players.

This event is sponsored by G.D. Auto.

Please register in your own group or individually and the pro shop will place you on a team.

The price for this event is $15, as it will be for all sponsored events throughout the season. On open days the cost will be $10,with prizes awarded for best gross, best net, closest to the pin, money pot and the charity closest to the pin.

Please sign up in the pro shop and if at all possible pay at that time.

The Men’s Club dues will be $15 and payable in the shop anytime.

 

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