Eagles fly at Comox Men’s Club golf

Simmons bags one on #8 and Fraser follows suit on #11




Sixty-eight Comox Men’s Club golfers braved glorious sunshine on Sunday morning. Mike Simmons eagled #8 and Scott Fraser eagled #11.

0-16 low gross Josh Edwards  70,  Dan Bailey  72.

17 + low gross Pat Riva  80,  Kevin Loga  83.

Low nets Marc DeWinter 60, Ken Simmons  61, Tony Vanuta 62,

Burt Meek 63,  Vic Crisp  64,  Art Karpus  64.

KP prizes: #10  2nd shot 0-16 Gary Cramer (Bowlzy Brkfst Comox Pacific Express), #12 Long Drive  17+ Brian Slater (Westview Ford Sales), #13 2nd shot  0-16  Gord Baudais  (Men’s Club), #5 all Kaj Petersen (Men’s Club), #14  All  Rick Siddall (Men’s Club), #15  2nd shot  17+ Jim Poulson (Bowlzy Brkfst Comox Pacific Express), #16 Long Drive  0-16 Scott Fraser (Westview Ford Sales), #17 2nd shot 0-16  Dane Petersen (BlackFin Pub), #9 all Dan Bailey (Men’s Club), #18  all  Larry Kulish  (Men’s Club), two golf passes to Sunnydale won by Rick Siddall.

Many thanks to Rick Curiston for supplying our computer. See you on the greens Aug. 3 for 8:30 a.m. start.

– Comox Men’s Golf


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