Members of the Alberni Valley Rescue Squad

Parhars were odd men out at Alberni GC

Parhars win low gross on retrogression during men's night event at Alberni Golf Course.

Brett and Sam Parhar won the Odd Man event held at Alberni Golf Course on Sept. 9. The Parhars won the low gross title by retrogression with a 76.

Coming in second, and also with a 76 were Dennis Debolt and Priban Rasmussen, followed by Al Wright and Glen Trask recording a 75.

The last two gross prizes went to the teams of Ken Fong and Jack Sparks and Wayne Johnstone and Massami Hirayama.

On the net side, winning by retrogresson with a net 68, were Wolf Suhr and Ned Stewart.

Also with a 68 was the duo of Fred Fredrickson and Gary Korven, followed by Peter Mugleston and Gord Unger, Gene Kimoto and Vic Carlton and Gord Cutting and Shiv Dass.

Closest to the pins were won by Fred Fredrickson on No. 2. Brett Parhar won the charity closest to the pin on No. 4.

On No. 13 it was Peter Mugleston, John Jones won on No. 1 and Brett Parhar won on No. 11 with his second shot.

Next Sunday is an open day: book your own tee time with your  own group starting at 7:30 a.m.

Don’t forget to enter the charity closest to the pin, the money  pot and the hidden hole contests for $2 each.

Long drives and short putts!

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