Excellent greens at Comox

Riley Wheeldon makes guest appearance and shoots 28 gross on front nine

There was superb scoring in the Comox Men’s Wednesday night golfStableford event.

First was Mike Simmons 27 points followed by Mark Smith 25,  Tom Shaw 25, Dave Wood 25,  Suds Sutherland 23,  captain Terry Christie 22 points.

There was a guest appearance by Riley Wheeldon who recorded a magnificent front nine of 28 gross (two pars and seven birdies).

KP prizes: #1 2nd shot all  Ken Simmons (Men’s Club), #2  3rd shot 0-16  Lawry Willis (Boston Pizza), #3   Long Drive  17+  Dave Wood  (Men’s Club), #4   2nd shot  0-16 Mike Simmons (BlackFin Pub), #5 all Jim Eremko (Men’s Club), #6 2nd Shot 17+  Dave Wood (Chads), #7  Long Drive 0-16  Scott Fraser (Scott Fraser Royal LePage), #8   2nd shot 17+  Tom Shaw (Thrifty’s), #9   All  Darryl Stowe (Shilo Painting/Glacier Gutters.

Thanks to John and his staff for our great course. Don’t forget to record your nine hole scores. Reminder, last call for the North Island Open on July 5-6.

 

– Comox Men’s Golf

 

 

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