Birdie binge at Comox Men’s Club golf

Comox Men’s Club golfers bagged a bundle of birdies last week. Kaj Petersen carded five while Terry Christie and Dan Bailey bagged three each.

There were 51 Sunday morning players out on May 17, with the following results:

0-16 low gross Kaj Petersen 67,  Gary Snider 73. 17+ low gross Jack Burgess 82, Tony Venuta 83. Low nets Larry Kulesh 61, Bill Schneider  63, Marc DeWinter 63, Terry Christie 63, Dan Bailey 65.

KP prizes: #10 2nd shot 0-16  Larry Kulesh  (Bowlzy Brkfst Comox Pacific Express); #12  Long drive 0-16  Bill (Bowlzy) Bowles (Men’s Club); #4/13 2nd shot All  Kaj Petersen (Westview Ford); #5 KP All Mike Simmons (Investor’s Group Keith Gibson); #14 KP All Gordon Aitken (Men’s Club); #15 KP All Don Gates (Bowlzy Brkfst Comox Pacific Express); #16 long drive 17+ Ken Simmons (Men’s Club); #9  KP All Kaj Petersen (Men’s Club); #18 KP All Colin McGowan (Men’s Club).

Skins: Terry Christie, Larry Kulesh, Dan Bailey (2), Colin McGowan, Marc DeWinter, Kaj Petersen (2), Mike Simmons, Ken Simmons, Kevin Loga. Deuces: Marc DeWinter, Bill Bowles, Larry Kulesh, Ken Simmons.

Our Men’s Club wishes a speedy recovery to a long-serving member Karl Fawthorpe following his major heart surgery.

 

– Comox Men’s Golf

 

 

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