Another year of fun on the links

Union Bay golfers the likes of the Coes, the Glovers and Butch Bowden have played at Sunnydale for more than 50 years. This has been another year of fun and friendly competition with a variety of events, with club champions, Arnie Anderson, who defeated Wayne Cousins four up. Most improved was Peter Bogaerts.

Fall Scramble winners were Cousins, Evie, Barb Flawse and Bogaerts with a score of 78. George Bartemucci, Carol, Jim Lennox, Anderson, Charle Archbold, Graham, Jan McArthur and Sherry had 79. A.J., Bob Lennox, Theresa MacNeil and Mike Burden shot 80. Jim T, Ruth T, Joy and Doug Forsayeth had 91.

In the Memorial Fall Scramble, it was Bartemucci, Burden, Rick W and Daryl W with 68. Jim Aithen, Denise Royer, Ken Taves and Bogaerts shot 71. Anderson, Cousins and Scott Peterson had 73. Archbold, Don Hastings, Roy Carter and Wayne Kennedy shot 78.

Trophy winners are stored in the trophy case in the dining room at the Union Bay Hall.

The men play all winter, weather permitting, on Wednesday mornings.

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