Scramble adds extra hole at end

The Twin Travel Scramble held this past weekend at Alberni Golf Course went to 19 holes instead of the usual 18.

The Twin Travel Scramble held this past weekend at Alberni Golf Course went to 19 holes instead of the usual 18.

That’s right, the players committee made some major changes to the course to accommodate the 19th hole.

Almost all holes were altered to make for a very interesting day. It was a mostly cloudy day, but the rain managed to hold off, and 48 men teed up for this unusual game of golf.

The team of Craig Acland, John Panagrot, Cliff O’Laney and Matt Mesic came in first with a score of 61. Following with 62 was Ken Fong, James Weening, Phil Anker and Art Fowler.

Shooting 63 was the team of Ted Stewart, Wayne Johnstone, Don MacGowan and Don Grill. Also with 63 was the foursome of Jacques Giovetti, Dave Mann, Bill Bjornson and Ron Barker. Next, all shooting 65, were the teams of Preben Rasmussen, Cal Davies, Steve White and Wolf  Suhr,  Fred Fredrickson, Ron Clark, Gord Unger and Chad Anker, and Mike Savard, Glen Trask, Darren Van Dyk and Dennis Frykas.

Next with 66 was group of Chad Wutke, Terry Rai, Al Wright and Masami Hirayama, also with 66 was Lloyd Fairley, Darrell Van Os, Gary Korven and Vic Carlton.

 

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