Comox Legion Sunday golf wraps up

Players also enjoyed a steak barbecue back at the Legion

 

 

 

Sunny skies prevailed Sunday for the Comox Legion’s Sunday Golf Wind-up at Longlands. Low net and the Branch trophy went to Frances Wright and Hap Hanson.

The runners-up were Karen Cook and Dave Parkin followed by the threesome of Maude Weatherby, John Paulin and Frank Maniak.

Most honest prize went to John Davis and Lyn Davidson. Closest to the pin for the ladies was Gussey Prichard and for the men it was John Davis.

On returning to the branch, barbecued steak and all the trimmings were on the menu, thanks to Joanne, Liisa and Vicky.

All contestants shared in the bounty of prizes, courtesy of Brian Rice Toyota, Courtenay Nissan, Labatt’s and Pacific Western Breweries and the Comox Legion.

Sunday golf resumes in May 2014 and runs monthly through to September each year. This year was later as a result of the monsoons happening at the end of September.

For more information on the cost and format, contact Dave at 250-339-9592 or dcwillington@gmail.com.

 

– Comox Legion

 

 

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