Comox Men’s golfers in fine form

Forty-six Comox Men’s golfers played nine holes on Wednesday evening, May 13 with the following results:

0-16 low gross Marty Petersen 37, Mark Smith 38. 17+ low gross Dave Wood 39, Ron Pratt 43.

Low nets: Pat Riva 31, Ian Leakey 31, Gord Harris 33, Mike Holland 33 and Mark Vandervoort 33.

Hole prizes: #2 3rd shot 0-16 Mike Naso, Thrifty Foods. #3 long drive 0-16 Kaj Petersen, Men’s Club. #4 2nd shot (All) Russ Rodriguez, Westview Ford Sales. #5 KP (All) Shawn Vincent, Glacier Gutters. #7 long drive 17+, Dave Wood, Men’s Club. #8 2nd shot 17+ Vic Crisp, Black Fin Pub. #9 KP (All) Ken Grant, Mens Club.

POG 0-16 Mark deWinter on #2, POG 17+ Vic Crisp on #8. Snips achieved by Marc deWinter, Russ Rodriguez, Rod Nichol, Jim Slater and Vic Crisp.

Next Wednesday start 5 for 5:30 p.m.

 

– Comox Men’s Golf

 

 

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