SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
Everyone seemed to enjoy the mixed tee scramble held during Sunday Men’s Club action at the Alberni Golf Course on Sept. 10. Many thanks to Westcoast Home Hardware for their continued support of our organization.
Leading the way with a score of 60 was the team of Chandler Shearer, Chris Bird, Bob Matlock and Glen Trask. Second was the team of Hank Krahn, Sam Parhar, Cal Davies and Jack Sparks with 64. Third was Scott Staley, Mike Doucette, Tylo Smith and Darren VanDyk, also with 64.
The final team prize went to Mike Savard, Jacques Giovetti, Cliff O’Laney and Don Grill with 66.
The closest to the pins were recorded by Cal Davies on No. 2, Robert Moffett on No. 4, Terry Argotow on No. 13 and Mike Savard on No. 17.
In Men’s Club action on Sunday, Sept. 3, flight 1 gross winners were Mike Savard with 75, Chandler Shearer 78, Wayne Cheveldave 80. The net winners were, Jacques Giovetti 71, Chris Bird 75, Scott Staley 76. Flight 2 winners were Bob Matlock 80 Craig Acland 83 and Jordon Curran 84. Net winners were Wayne Johnstone 64, Fred Fredrickson 70 and Trevor Holloway 72.
Flight 3 gross winners were Darren VanDyk 87, Darrell Vanos 90, Masami Hiriyama 94. On the net side were Dalton Moore 69, Jack Sparks 76 and Robert Moffatt 77. The closest to the pins were won by Mike Savard on No. 2, Ron Scholte on No. 4, Craig Acland on No. 13, and Cam Blake on No. 17. Bob Matlock won the Charity Closest to the pin on No. 7, collecting $40. All prizes may be picked up from the pro shop.
Many thanks to Smitty’s Restaurant for their contribution to our Labour Day event.
Next Sunday, Sept. 17, we will be having the best gross and best net event. The sponsor for this event will be the Best Western Plus Barclay Hotel. This competition is every man for himself. Make up your own foursomes, book your own time starting at 7:30 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. The cost for the day will be $14 which includes four closest to the pins, the charity closest to the pin on No. 7 and four money pots on the par 3s.
The skins will also be up for grabs, for an extra $5 apiece.