Beer & Burger boys have a blast

Only two nights remaining this year for Sunnydale Men's golfers to enjoy

Sunnydale Beer and Burger has two more Wednesday nights – the 19th and the grand finale on the 26th.

Last week Sunnydale’s own Ironman Rob Heron took home low net honours with a 31 followed by Silvio Alberti 32, Rick Dawson 34 and Richard Rondeau with a 35. Richard was also this weeks proud winner of closest to the Pinchazo thanks to the Romance Shop He receives a natural enhancement product.

Straightest drive #1 goes to Darrell Smith who wins a Golf Class Pass thanks to Brian Benedictson. Closest to the stick 3rd shot #2 Earl Costello thanks to Lordco. He also won closest to the stick #8 thanks to Pacific Western Brewery.

KP #3 Vance Johnson cash prize.  Closest to the stick 2nd shot #4 Jules Urban wins a Golfer’s Toolbox thanks to Swinkey Golf. He also got the only snip of the day with a birdie worth well into the three digit numbers.

KP #5 goes to Dave Pye cash prize. Low gross went to Jordon Rallison with a 2-under 34, Damon Gaudet had 39 and Brian Benedictson 40.

Come on out tonight; we are trying to get out just before 5:30 p.m.

– Sunnydale Men’s Golf

 

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