Couples enjoy annual tournament at Comox Golf Club

 

Twenty-four couples competed in the annual His and Hers Golf Tournament held  July 16 at the Comox Golf Club.

There were two divisions – Husband and Wife (members) and Odds and Ends. It is a net tournament. The trophy winners this year were Rick Curiston and Mary Buchanan with a gross score of 78 net 62.4.

Some very interesting shots were performed as can happen in an alternate shot (modified Scotch ball) competition.

Other winners in the Husband and Wife division were Brian and Barb Buchanan, John and Cathy McArthur, Ian and Sue Leakey and Gord and Patti Harris.

The Odds and Ends division had Wayne and Sharon Crowe in first place with a gross score of 79 net 63.4. Other winners in this division were Don Gates and Nancy Newton, Marty Petersen and Sandi Tufnail, Russ Rodriguez and Carmen DeWinter and Dave Dunington and Gi Carlson.

Closest to the holes were: #9 Janice Nicklin; #14 Pat Schmidt; #5 Rick Curiston and #18 Dan Buss.

After golf the players were treated to a lovely meal prepared by the Comox Bar and Grill. The course was in excellent condition.

 

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