Busy days for men and women at Sunnydale Golf Club

 

 

 

Almost everyone who came in off the course claimed that they had a terrible game on Tuesday, June 9 at Sunnydale Ladies Day, except for Laurie Appleyard who came in grinning as the low gross winner with 90. Other low gross winners were Linda Broadbent and Trish Heyland with 97, Pat Peden 98, and Marlene Gerrie and Kathie Reid with 99.

On the net side, Lois Westbrook had a 75, Sally Sloat 76, Penny Wagensteing and Magge Miller 77, while Barb Dixson, Rona Lowson and Pat Ruolph recorded 78.

Penny Wagenstein had the lowest number of putts with 27 while Marlene Gerrie had the longest putt on #9. KP winners were Cheryl Bickle #10, Jenny Lavery #15 and Bel Brown on #5 for 2nd shot over 25 Hcp.

Hopefully, there will be a lot of low scores next week and more happy faces.

Men’s Club

Sunnydale Men’s Club results from Wednesday, June 3:

First low gross 0-10 Dan Woods 35; first low gross 11+ Ray Dagenais 35, 2nd  0-10 Jordan Rallison 36, 2nd 11+ Rob Heron 42; 3rd 1-10 Brian Phelan 36, 3rd 11 + Scotty Mattoon 43, 4th 11+ Corey Nickerson 44.

Net scores: 1st Andrew Grant 32; 2nd Robin Ward 35; 3rd Damon Gaudet 35, 4th Silvio Alberti 36; 5th Rick Dawson 36, 6th Murry Erickson 37.5 and 7th Jon Huisman 37.5

Results from Sunday, June 7:

1st low gross Greg Koster 69; 2nd Jordan Rallison 69; 3rd Mitch Carr-Hilton 70; 4th Robin Ward 74; 5th Jon Huisman 77.

11+ Hcp: 1st low gross Jim Buchanan 80; 2nd Ed Podetz 81; 3rd Rob Heron 82; 4th Ron Fearing 83; 5th Harvey Skerrat 86.

Net scores: 1st Paul McAndrew 67; 2nd Roger Theberge 67; 3rd Bruce Donegan 68; 4th Rick Dawson 69; 5th Jack Currie 69; 6th Damon Gaudet 70; 7th Brandon Nickerson 70; 8th Jim Johnston 70.

– Sunnydale Golf

 

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