Stableford on tap soon at Alberni

Venerable golf columnist Knox Coupland has the scoop from Alberni Golf.

Sunday was a great Men’s Day at the Alberni Golf Club as 58 golfers took part in the Sunday Tournament sponsored by MacDermott’s Insurance.

There was a good selection of prizes for the awards table.

Low gross was posted by S. Parhar, followed by K Fong, V. Cauldron, F. Fredrickson, C. Acland, B. Matlock, K. Gauthier, B. Stolth, T. Smith, R. Douvillard and B. McKay.

Net prize winners were led by D. Vanos, chased by B. Morin, J. Proteau, C. Neilson, P. Rasmussen,  D. Debolt, W. Johnstone, G. Sheare, A Wright, G. Trask, D. MacGowan, and A. Fowler.

KPs were won by B. Barret on No. 13 and C. Olaney on No. 17.

Jim Proteau was closest to the hole with his second shot on No. 6  P. Anker won $40 on the charity hole.

Next Sunday sees the Modified Stableford tournament with a shotgun start.

The previous week, the weather was a little iffy for the Play With A Pro event.

Ted Stewart led the way in a field of 47 golfers, followed by D. Debolt, V. Caldarulo, P. Rasmussen and I Ibsen.

Low Net was posted by Gerry Fagan followed by C. Acland, S. Parhar, J. Panagrot, D. Vanos, D. McGowan, T. Price, J. Rhodes, C. Olaney, Fred Fredrickson, G Cutting and K Gauthier.

KPs were scored by T Stewart on  No. 2, J. Proteau on No. 4, S. White on No. 13 and Jj Rhodes on No.17.

The closest second shot on No. 11 went to C. Neilson.

Two players scored net twos on the hidden hole No. 15.

Congratulations to Tom Price for celebrating his 70th anniversary and winning a golf prize in the same week.

Many thanks to the Westwind Pub for their great prize table.

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