Comox Golf Club Men’s Morning tees off

Brilliant sunshine greets 40 golfers for first round of the season

 

 

 

Forty guys played in brilliant sunshine on the opening day of the Comox Golf Club Men’s Morning on April 6.

0-16: Low gross – Nick Usher 69, 2nd Kyle Mudge 72, Tracy Branch 73. Low net – Rick Adams 63, Mark Smith 67, Marty Petersen 67.

17+: Low gross – Brian Buchanan  86, Burt Meek 89, Fred Tomlinson 92. Low net – Jim Polson  70,  Hank V12  72,  Don Gates  72.

Nine KP prizes were donated by Westview Ford, Comox Pacific Express and Comox Men’s Club. Pot of gold 17+  – Ron Nichols. Deuce Pot – Nick Usher, Kyle Mudge, Marty Petersen.

Snips 0-16 Don Ellis, Kyle Mudge, Tracy Branch, Nick Usher. Snips 17+  Ron Nichols, Brian Buchanan.

Brian Bird won two games at Cowichan GC. Course GM and head pro Keith Gibson presented Comox GC towels for tee shot on #9.

 

– Comox Golf Club

 

 

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