Neilson, Trask win low gross nods

In Alberni Golf Club men’s club action on Sunday, Cory Neilson won the low gross from the blue tees, winning by retrogression with a 76.

In Alberni Golf Club men’s club action on Sunday, Cory Neilson won the low gross from the blue tees, winning by retrogression with a 76.

From the white tees Glen Trask was first low gross, shooting a 79. First low net was won by Bill Johnson carding a 65, followed by Terry Rai coming through with 68, Steve Pointon shot 69 to claim third low net by retrogression. In the blue division the deuce pot wasn’t won, so there will be a draw at a later date.

From the white tees there were three deuce pots won, Ted Stewart won two and Peter Mugleston won the other one.

Closest to the pins were recorded by Mugleston on No. 2, Trask on No.4 and Jacques Giovetti on No.13.

Just a reminder, there will be no Men’s Club for the next two weeks. This coming Saturday and Sunday is  the West Coast Amateur. There are plenty of spots left for anyone wanting to play in it.

The following Sunday is the Ladies West Coast.

The Next Men’s Club event will be the Port Boat House Blue, White and Red July 5.

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