Weather co-operates for ‘May-long’ golf in Alberni

Men's golf flights enjoy good weather for long weekend action at Alberni Golf Course

Sunday presented a comfortable golf day weather wise  at the Alberni Golf Club. The course was in great shape as 36 golfers signed up to play on the long weekend: a reasonable turnout.

First off, Sammy Parhar won another hidden hole prize on No. 18, this time amounting to $266.  Way to go, Sammy!

Mike Pickor posted low gross followed by Russ Iraelson, Sammy Parhar and Gerry White.

On the net side Cal Davies was the leader with Cliff Olaney, Chris Owen, Gord Cutting, Bill Barrett, and Don MacGowan following in that order.

Closest to the pins were posted by D. Vanoyk on No. 2, Don MacGowan No. 13 and Russ Iraelson on No. 17.  Preban Rasmussen was closest with his second shot on No. 6.

Next week sees the  popular Twin Travel Scramble so get your tee times early.

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