Edith Albrecht and Janice Nicklin won the McQuinn Cup at Comox.

Albrecht and Nicklin win McQuinn Cup at Comox Golf Club

Edith Albrecht and Janice Nicklin won the coveted McQuinn Cup at Comox on Tuesday, July 21.

The McQuinn Cup is a true alternate shot tournament made up of teams with a high handicap and low handicap player. This year Edith and Janice shot a net 69 to beat their closest opponents, Linda Baker and Sharon Crowe, by 1/2 stroke- 69.5.

Four teams tied for third with 75. They were Pat Schmidt and Phyllis Taylor, Bernice Sutherland and Suzy Venuta, Louella Dooe and Sue Leakey and Linda Verdenhalven with her partner Doris Ellis.

Edith Albrecht won closest to the bucket sponsored by Keith Gibson, she also won longest putt on #8And #17. Closest to the flag on #5 and #14 was sponsored by The Tee Box and won by Patti Harris.

On #7 and #16 was the closest in three shots and Amber Dufour won the Panago Pizza gift certificate. Louella Dooe was closest in two shots on #9 and #18 and won the prize donated by Looneyrama. It was nice to see so many of our members out for this important event.

 

– Comox Golf Club

 

 

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