Billy Schneider snipes three KPs at Comox

Wednesday night men get a little wet playing Stableford game

Billy Schneider won three KPs  on Comox Men’s Club Sunday morning golf.

There were no dark clouds for Scott McCleod and Dan’s Buss arrived very early: great golf saw them win their doubles match, with both shooting under par.

Two Scotsmen record net 60s: was St. Andrews helping? In all, 45 golfers played, with the following results:

0-16 low gross Scott McCleod  73,  Billy Schneider  74.

17 + low gross  Jim Poulson  81,  Art Karpus  81,

Low nets Fred Tomlinson  63,  Dan Buss  64,  Ken Loga  65,  Rod Nichols  65, John (Buff) Hope  65,  Brian Buchanan 66,  Frank Craig  66.

KP prizes: #10  2nd shot 0-16 Billy Schneider (Bowlzy Brkfst Comox Pacific Express), #11 3rd shot 0-16 Josh Edwards (Boston Pizza), #12 Long Drive  17+ Vern Dean (Westview Ford Sales), #13 2nd shot all  Billy Schneider (Men’s Club), #5 all Billy Schneider (Men’s Club), #14  all Rick Curiston (Men’s Club), #15 2nd shot  17+ Rob Rasmussen  (Bowlzy Brkfst Comox Pacific Express), #16 Long Drive  0-16 Josh Edwards (Westview Ford Sales), #17  2nd shot 17+  Andy Dean  (BlackFin Pub), #9 all  Art Karpus (Men’s Club), #18 all Marty Petersen (Men’s Club).

Apologies, Mark Smith was my assistant last week. See you on the greens July 27 for 8:30 a.m. start.

Wednesday Night

On a rainy Wednesday night, 28 golfers played Stableford with the following results: 1st Rick Curiston 23 points, Stu Holland  23,  Gavin Haigh  22, Ian Leakey  22,  Rob Burrows 21,  Mike Naso  21.

KP prizes: #1  2nd shot 0-16  Gary Snider (Men’s Club), #2  3rd shot 17+  Ian Leakey (Men’s Club), #3 Long Drive  0-16  Rob Burrows  (Men’s Club), #4  2nd shot  0-16 Charles Lawlor (Thrifty’s), #5 all  Mike Naso  (Men’s Club), #7   Long Drive 17+  Jeff Townsend (Scott Fraser Royal LePage), #8 2nd shot 17+  Errol Flynn  (Boston Pizza).

Deuces by Rick Curiston, Lawry Willis and Mike Naso. See you July 30 at 5:30 for 6 p.m. start.

 

– Comox Men’s Golf

 

 

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