Comox Men’s Club golfers enjoy sunny Sunday

Forty-five Comox Men’s Club golfers played on another beautiful sunny Sunday morning.

0-14 low gross Nick Usher 68, Stu Holland 72.

15+ low gross Mike Naso 81, Mike Simmons 82 CB. Low nets Bill Schneider 62, Billy Bowles 63, Don Ellis 63, Jim Eremko 65, Stan Potter 65.

KP prizes: #10 2nd shot 0-14 Terry Christie (Bowlzy Brkfst Comox Pacific Express), #2/11 KP 3rd shot 15+ Ken Simmons (Blackfin Pub), #3/12 long drive 15+ Mike Simmons (Investors Group Gibby), #4/13 2nd shot All Kaj Petersen (Westview Ford), #5 KP All Colin McGowan (Men’s Club), #14 KP All Larry Kulesh (Men’s Club), #15 KP 2nd shot 15+ Gordon Harris (Bowlzy Brkfst Comox Pacific Express), #7/16 long drive 0-14 Butch Williams (Billy Wheeldon Construction), #7/16 KP 2nd shot 0-14  Butch Williams (Rick Siddall Financial Services), #9 KP All Stu Holland (Men’s Club), #18 KP All Don Ellis (Men’s Club).

Skins: Colin McGowan, Nick Usher, Billy Bowles, Marty Petersen, Stu Holland, Kaj Petersen, Mark Smith, Jack Burgess, Pat Riva, Rick McCaughan.

Deuces: Nick Usher, Stu Holland, Colin McGowan; POG 0-14 Kaj Petersen; 4 birdies recorded by Nick Usher and 3 by Stu Holland, Billy Schneider,

Charles Belanger, Billy Bowles, Gary Snider, Colin McGowan.

– Comox Men’s Club

 

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