Comox men play the front nine on Wednesday

Brian Hegg and Pat River swept the board Wednesday night when 50-plus Comox Men’s Club golfers played the front nine in pleasant weather.

0-16: low gross Nick Usher 36, Lawrie Willis 37.

17 +: low gross Ron Pratt 42, Dave Wood 43.

KPs:  #1 2nd shot 0-16 Pat Riva. #3 long drive 17+ Brian Hegg (Men’s Club), #4 2nd shot All  Shawn Vincent (Westview Ford), #5 All Billy Wheeldon (Men’s Club), #6 2nd shot 17+ Ron Pratt (Blackfin Pub), #7 long drive 0-16 Lawrie Willis (Men’s Club), #9 All Nick Usher (Men’s Club).

Deuces were recorded by Pat Riva and Brian Hegg and snips won by Pat Riva, Brian Hegg and Nick Usher. POG won by Brian Hegg.

– Comox Men’s Golf

 

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