GUS BAUDAIS

Christies have Eagle Eye

They win the third annual tournament at Comox Golf Club

Terry and Wendy Christie were the winners of the third annual Eagle Eye Tournament with a score of 58.4 at the Comox Golf Club on May 25.

The trophy is a beautiful carved eagle and is sponsored by Gus Baudais. Terry is the Men’s Club captain and Wendy is a hard worker on the board of directors.

Sixty-two people participated in a scotch ball format that featured some pretty wild and entertaining shots, matched by some amazing ones as well. The weather cooperated and made the day perfect for golf. Nate, John and Ernie had the course in great condition.

Runners-up were Marty Peterson and Deb McLean (59.2), followed by Al and Brenda Good (59.4), Don and Karen Vanetta (61), Gord Smith and Vicki Edwards (61) and Tracy and Kathy Branch (61). Marty Peterson, Scott McLeod and Linda Verdenhalven won the closest to the flag competitions. Doug and his pro shop staff were a great help with the prizes. As usual Adrian and Michaela from the Tee Box restaurant prepared some great dinner choices. The next main tournament at Comox is the Men’s North Island July 6-7. The next mixed event is the Husband and Wife Tournament on July 13.

 

– Comox Golf Club

 

 

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