Comox Golf Club members play Eagle Eye Tournament

On Saturday, May 23 Comox Golf Club held its annual Eagle Eye Tournament, sponsored by Gus Baudais.

This Modified Scotch fun event for mixed couples was well supported and superbly organized by son Gordon and Joan Baudais,

assisted by club manager/pro Jesse Moussa and Ian Leakey.

Results as follows:

1st Marc and Carmen DeWinter 63.8 followed by Gord and Joan Baudais 64.4, Tony and Suzy Venuta 65, Marty Petersen and Mary Buchanan 65, Don Gates and Nancy Newton 65.6, Pat and Nancy Riva 65.6, Ian Smith and Pat Schmidt 67.4, Terry and Wendy Christie 67.8, Bill Schneider and Marg Kelly 68.8, Brian and Barb Buchanan 69.  KP for men Vic Crisp, for ladies Grace Coulter.

– Comox Golf Club

 

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