Men’s Scramble held on altered course

Coming first with a score of 63 waso Glen Trask, Justin Sketch, Brent Stolth and Bill Morin

Pacific Chevrolet sponsored the Men’s Club Scramble held this past Sunday.

The event was played on an altered course, which made for some interesting shot making. There were some monster holes out there, as well as some fairly run of the mill ones.

Coming first with a remarkable score of 63 was the team of Glen Trask, Justin Sketch, Brent Stolth and Bill Morin. Way to go, guys.

They were followed by a bunch at 67, which included the teams of Colton Buffie, Darrell VanOs, Ron Barker and Tylo Smith, the group of Cal Davies, Tyler Ibsen, Darren VanDyk and Mel Trelvic, the foursome of Brian Tall, Bill Barrett, Kevin Carlton and Paul Saulnier, and the group of Fred Fredrickson, Steve Pointon, Adam Nickel, and Bill Bjornson. Then came the team of Jim Proteau, Wayne Johnstone, Dave Mann and Vic Carlton. Next with 68 was Cory Nielson, Devin Cusson, Gerry White and Gary McLeod.

The final prizes were awarded to the teams of Colin Hamilton, Steve White, Jack Sparks and Fred Lee, then the group of Preben Rasmussen, Mark Anderson, Don McGowan and Bob Vanermolen. Both teams carded 69.

The closest to the pins were recorded by Glen Trask on No. 2. The ball ended up about 2 inches behind the hole, I don’t know how it didn’t go in. Great shot, Glen. The Charity closest to the pin on No. 4 was Tyler Ibsen, who collected $25 for his effort. On No. 13 was Bill Barrett, on No. 19 was Fred Fredrickson and on No. 6 was Ted Stewart.

Next Sunday is an open day with the low gross and low net up for grabs, as well as the KP’s and the money pots. Please sign up in the Pro. Shop in your own group for the 8am shotgun start.

Just Posted

#MeToo at work: How reporting sexual harassment works – and how it doesn’t

British Columbians have four options to report harassment or assault, but none of them are easy

San Group wants to expand forest holdings in Alberni Valley

Mill owners announce new shifts, commitment to keeping logs, jobs on Island

Alberni Salvation Army’s kettle campaign in dire need of volunteers

Campaign is only at 30 percent of its total in major fundraiser

BCHL: Grizzlies claw back to beat Bulldogs

Alberni Valley Bulldogs lose despite an early lead

#MeToo at work: B.C. women share horrifyingly common sexual assaults

It happens to more people than you might think and impacts women inside and outside of the workplace

VIDEO: Average Canadian food bill to rise by $348 in 2018

Atlantic Canada and B.C. will see the most increases for consumers

Sagmoen neighbours recall alleged hammer attack

Woman was screaming outside Maple Ridge townhouse in 2013

VIDEO: 3 months later, rescued sea lion released back into ocean

The young animal was found in Campbell River three months ago

Accused B.C. drug smuggler to be extradited

Supreme Court of Canada upholds extradition order for accused Shuswap drug smuggler, Colin Martin

One convicted, two cleared in 2014 deaths of men in B.C.’s Cariboo

Andrew Jongbloets convicted of manslaughter in deaths of Matthew Hennigar, 23 and Kalvin Andy, 22

AHUS patient Shantee Anaquod is home for Christmas

Less than a month after receiving first dose of $750K drug, 23 year old healthy enough to go home

Firefighter dies, thousands more take on California blaze

This is second death linked to the Thomas fire, northwest of Los Angeles

Moose calves rescued in northern B.C. are ‘golden nuggets:’ researcher

Calves discovered near Prince George in late May. Mother had been killed by a car

Missing Alberta man could be headed to Victoria

Police in Alberta say Vernon “Allan” Pickard has not been heard from since late November

Most Read