Partner with a Pro on April 12

After a one week rain delay the men’s club got underway this past Sunday.

After a one week rain delay the men’s club got underway this past Sunday. The turn out was good considering it was Easter Sunday. Not only that but the weather man was good to us.

There were forty-seven men teeing up for the four-man best ball event.

Cal Davies won the closest to the pin on No. 2, the way he tells it if the ball had made another couple of rolls it would have gone in the hole.

In the event itself first place went to the foursome of Sam Parhar, Ken Fong, Glen Barton and Jim Petersen. The team of Preban Rasmussen, Colin Hamilton, Wayne Johnstone and Bill Bjornson took second place.

Next up for the men’s club is the Tim Hortons Partner with a Pro, which takes place this coming Sunday April 12.

When you come into the Clubhouse on Sunday morning, Brian will have all the names of the Pros that made the cut in the Masters Tournament. You choose a name out of a box and that will be your Pro partner for our event. Your net score plus your partners score will determine where you finish in our tournament.

The cost for this competition is $15 which includes closest to the pins and money pot. This is a individual event every man for himself. Please register in the Pro. Shop in your own group or as a single and you will be placed in a group. Remember it will be tee times starting at 8 a.m.

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