GUS BAUDAIS (CENTRE) presented the Eagle to Barb Tribe and Daniel Bailey.

Eagle Eye Tournament a fun day

Gus Baudais on hand to award trophy at Comox Golf Club

Gus Baudais was on hand to welcome everyone to his annual Eagle Eye Tournament at the Comox Golf Club.

Daniel Bailey and Barb Tribe’s net score of 62.4 won the coveted Eagle Trophy presented by Gus in his usual witty fashion. Barb with her tiara and Daniel, the son of tournament chair Kathy Branch, graciously accepted the Eagle.

The day was full of laughter, some good and some entertaining golf. Barb was closest to the hole on #9 and barely missed her hole in one by going past the hole by six inches.

At 62.6 was the team of Marty Petersen and Fran Robinson. Fran was closest to the hole on #14. The team of Sue and Ian Leakey were third with a score of 63.6. The tournament co-chairs of Kathy and Tracy Branch placed fourth with a score of 65.2.

Gord Smith and Frank Craig won closest to the holes on #5 and # 18 respectively.

Again a great meal was served by The Tee Box Restaurant.

– Comox Golf Club

 

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