Better weather, better scores at Sunnydale men’s golf

The weather is getting better and so are the scores at Sunnydale Men’s Night. Wednesday, May 6 results:

First low gross 0-10:  Mitch Carr-Hilton 35, Second – Robin Ward 37, and Kyle Staris 37.

First low gross 11+:  Rick Dawson 41, Second – Leo Lambert 41, Jules Urban 43.

First low net 11+:  Darrell Smith 31; Second – Jim Johnson 33.5, Ed Tanner 33.5.

0-10 net:  Dan Woods 36, Murry Erickson 36, Rob Heron (11+) 36.

The title sponsor was Sleemans Brewing Company, as well as year-long sponsors Midland Tools, Investors Group and Roy Creek Logging.

Men’s Night is every Wednesday. Sign up by 5:30 for a 6 p.m. start.

– Sunnydale Men’s Golf

 

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