Vegas night for Mixed Golf Tournament

The 27th annual Mixed Golf Tournament was held in August 2016 at the Alberni Golf Club.

The 27th annual Mixed Golf Tournament low gross winners Jason Gilbert

The 27th annual Mixed Golf Tournament low gross winners Jason Gilbert

The 27th annual Mixed Golf Tournament was held in August 2016 at the Alberni Golf Club.  Almost 100 people from all over Vancouver Island and Gabriola Island participated in a very fun weekend.

The theme was Vegas, so along with some good golf and awesome food, there was a very fun evening of Vegas-style entertainment.

The golf format was Alternate Shot Chapman Style; and there was some very good golf played, as shown on the winners’ list.

Tournament results:

1st low gross- Shelly Stouffer and Jason Gilbert with a gross of 133

First low net-Bard Sheare and Brian Tall from Port Alberni with a net of 124

Second low gross- Janice Cross & Keith Gauthier from Port Alberni with a net of 147

2nd low net- Cindy and Dave Brar from Cordova Bay with a net of 126

Third low gross- Suzanna Jones and Lloyd Fairley from Port Alberni with a gross of 150

Third low net- Gayle and Jim Rhodes from Port Alberni with a net of 126

Fourth low gross- Lyz Stirrett and David Wacowich from Glacier Greens with a gross of 161

Fourth low net- Linda Christian and Denny Nicklin from Port Alberni with a net of 126

Fifth low gross- Dar and Rick Michell with a gross of 163

Fifth low net- Brad and Lynne Unger with a net of 126

Sixth low gross – Kathy & Fred Fredrickson from Port Alberni with a gross of 163

Sixth low net- Merydie Starck and Murray Tysowski from Morningstar with a net of 127

Seventh low gross- Sherry Findlay and Stu Russell with a gross of 164

Seventh low net- Sue Steinhauer and Don Sawyer from Port Alberni with a net of 128

Eighth low net- Cherie Williams and Steve Evans from Port Alberni with a net of 129

Ninth low net- Sherry and Brent Stolth from Port Alberni with a net of 129

10th low net- Wendy and Bruce Chisholm with a net of 130

11th low net- Marg and Rick Siddall from Comox with a net of 130

12th low net- Michelle Cheetham and Blaine Southgate from Port Alberni and Calgary with a net of 130

13th low net- Sharon and Al Haggard from Port Alberni with a net of 132

14th low net- Julia and David Free from Storey Creek with a net of 132

15th Barb and Rick Methot with a net of 133

16th low net- Cindy Shewchuk and Ted Stewart with a net of 133.


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