Parhar, Savard win on the links

The Alberni Golf Course will host the Tim Hortons Stableford event on Sept. 14.

In Men’s Club action at Alberni Golf Course on Sunday, the low gross winner with a 78 was Sam Parhar. In the low handicap division, it was Mike Savard shooting a net 69. In the high handicap division Phil Anker came through with a net 61.

The closest to the pin winners were Gord Unger on No. 2 and No. 4, On No. 13 it was Craig Acland and on No. 17 it was Cory Nielsen.

In the skins competition No. 7 was won by Jacques Giovetti. Number 15 was won by Phil Anker and No. 16 was won by Clark Crowe. There were two money pot winners on Sunday, Art Fowler took home $30 for the only birdie on No. and Cory Nielson pocketed $17 for the only birdie on No. 17.

Sunday, Sept. 14 the club hosts the Tim Hortons Stableford event. This event is similar to par points, but you don’t lose points. When you come into the Clubhouse on Sunday be sure to pick up a scoring schedule.

This is an individual event, please register in the pro shop in your own group or as an individual.

As the mornings are staying darker longer the shotgun start will be at 8:30 instead of  the usual 8 a.m.to gives the crew a chance to get the greens cut.

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