Trio wins twin scramble

Fifty-six men teed it up in the annual Twin Travel Scramble on Sunday.

The winning team in the Twin Travel Scramble comprises club captain Preben Rasmussen

Fifty-six men teed it up in the annual Twin Travel Scramble on Sunday. The weather man has really come through big time the last few weeks, bringing us sunny days with warm temperatures.

The team of Ken Fong, Gary Korven and Clark Crowe came in first. Unfortunately they had to play with three as their fourth was a no show.

In second position was the foursome of Jacques Giovetti, Darrel Van Os, Glen Barton and Richard Van Herwaarden. Third spot was claimed by another threesome of Fred Fredrickson, Bill Bjornson and Cliff O’laney.

In fourth spot was the group of Brian Tall, Peter Mugleston, Steve Evens and Mel Trelvik. In fifth place were Glen Trask, Bill Kriwokon, Kevin Carlton and Ned Stewart. Sixth spot went to Matt Mesic, Pat McKay, Jerry Swaney and Doug Stoutley. The final prize went to the team of Craig Acland Steve Pointon, Gord Unger and George DeFrane.

As an added feature for next Sunday there will be a gross and net skins competition. Please enter in the pro shop.

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