Comox Men’s Club golfers helped Suds Sutherland celebrate his 92nd birthday in the clubhouse.

Comox golfers help Suds Sutherland celebrate 92nd birthday

The Comox Men’s Club celebrated a very special Sunday morning on June 15.

“It was Suds Sutherland’s 92nd birthday and as you know Suds is a regular at the club, playing 18 holes almost every Sunday and nine holes almost every Wednesday night, sometimes walking rather than riding in a cart,” said Men’s Club captain Daniel Bailey.

“He’s an inspiration and a hero to many of us at the Comox Golf Club,” Bailey said. “Anyone from the golf community can feel free to join us on Wednesday evenings at 5 and Sunday mornings at 7:45 for our weekly events running until the end of September,” Bailey added.

 

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