Trask shoots 74 at Alberni Golf

In Men’s Club action on Sunday, Glen Trask had the game of the day shooting a 74.

In Men’s Club action on Sunday, Glen Trask had the game of the day shooting a 74, Great game Glen. Second low gross carding a 76 was Lloyd Fairley. On the net side on the day, Gord Unger came in with a 67, followed by Bill Bjornson with 69. Rounding out the net scores were Cal Davies and Ned Stewart both shooting 70.

Closest to the pin winners were Peter Mugleston on No. 2, Brian Tall on No. 4, Lloyd Fairley on No. 13 and Tylo Smith on No. 17.

Al Wright was the winner of the gift certificate courtesy of Smitty’s Restaurant.

Just a reminder gentlemen that the Men’s Club will be cancelled next week due to the mixed two ball taking place. The following week August 14 will be the Van Isle Ford Scramble.

 

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