Father and Son night fun at Crown Isle

It was Father and Son night at Crown Isle for Gentlemen’s Night on Tuesday, July 19.

Jason Andrew opened #1 with the LD-12 for Bill Anglin, Re/Max with son Max Andrew right behind winning LD+13 for McDonalds. The family followed up with Jason knocking his 2nd shot KP-12 on #2 for Thrifty Foods with Max knocking his close at +13 on #2 for the Head Shed.  Max then went KP+13 on #4 for Assante Capital and Jason went KP-12 on #7 for Sean Sweeney, Barristers. That took care of 25 per cent of the prizes.

Roger Bruggen-Cate won the “Blind Draw” for Budget Blinds, and on #5 won 3rd shot KP+13 for Scotia MacLeod/Russ Keil.  We then had John Davis winning the “longest putt” on #5 for Finneron Hyundai; John also was closest to the “250 yard magic circle” on #8 for BMO Nesbitt Burns.  Bob McCusker won the Burger on #6 for “closest” to the White Spot Restaurant.  Bob also won a sleeve of Pro-V1’s for KP+13 on #7 for Sean Sweeney.

Draw prizes were won by: Russ Keil for Joke of the Night (not to be repeated); Neil Havers won for Hartman Auto Supply; Dennis Dixon won for Dave Wheeldon; and Brad  Gough won the Sleeman’s.

For the balance of our prizes we had: Doug McIntosh “closest to the Mustang” on #3 for Westview Ford (thanks Casey);  On #3 no one was double bunkered tonight;

On #4 Matt Hamilton was KP-12 for Sean Sweeney (another sleeve, thanks Sean);  on #5 Jayson Welsh won the “any eagle” for the Eagle Radio 97.3FM; on #8 Gary Morton nailed the “150 yard magic circle” for Brian Rice Toyota and Terry Cox hit the “200 yard magic circle” for Mike Hamilton Logging;

On #9 Jayson Davidson hit his “2nd shot” closest to Art Meyers House Royal LePage; on #12 Thomas DelaRey won “KP everyone” for Jim’s Clothes Closet.  Finally, Peter Day won the “hidden hole” with a nine on the par 4 third hole.

You may book for 18 holes after 2 p.m. or join the 5:30 shotgun and enjoy dinner and refreshments after your game in our magnificent clubhouse.


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