Glacier Greens guys in the swing

Par for the Course: A round up of action from Comox Valley golf courses

Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s on Sept. 7 had 85 golfers with a shotgun start playing from the red tees.

Hcp. 0-9: Low gross – Larry Lott 69, Stan Mills 70 c/b, Terran Berger 70. Low net – Bernie Johnston 64, Rod Cobham 65, Doug McArthur 66. Snips: Hole #5 Mike Worley, #6 (eagle) Wayne Valera, #8 Andy Blair.

Hcp. 10-14: Low gross – Wally Berger 74, Keith Allan 77 c/b, Jim Loring 78 c/b. Low net – Pat Renaud 62, Gabe Tremblay 66 c/b, Bill Village 66 c/b. Snips – #1 Tim O’Rourke, #4 Lyle Torrie, #7 Dave Brooker, #14 Steve Schmidt, #17 Pat Renaud.

Hcp. 15+: Low gross – Ted Sauve 77, Claude Dufault 81, Jack Jackson 82.  Low net – Ron Carter 62, Ron Peacock 63 c/b, Peter Leskovich 63 c/b. Snips – #1 & #16 Ron Peacock, #4 Wayne Mabee, #7 Henry Bonde, #11 Len Doyle, #13 Ken Doll, #14 Dave Buckley-Jones, #15 Philip Ball.

– Glacier Greens Men’s Golf

 

 

 

 

Comox busy

Last Tuesday the Comox Ladies played for a low gross and low net plaque, as well as a Pin Day.  The overall low gross winner was Suzy Venuta with an 87.

Suzy also was the Pin Winner with a 70 by a count-back.  Low net winner was Barb Buchanan. Other results: 2nd low gross Phyllis Taylor 91, 3rd low gross  Nancy Newton 95. 2nd low net Brenda Good 74 c/b, 3rd low net Jean Kirby 74 c/b.

 

Hole prizes: Closest to the Bucket #1 & #10, Panago Pizza – Pat Belanger; Closest to the pin – #4 & #13 – Petrie Golf – Suzy Venuta; Cloest to the pin – #5 & #14 – Playtime Gaming – Phyllis Taylor; Closest to the pin – #7 & #16 – Tee Box – Jean Kirby; Longest Putt #8 & #17 – Brenda Good; Closest to the pin #9 & #18 – Looneyrama – Teddy Glover. Chip-ins:  Rosalie Williams, Pat Everett and Marva Opperman.

 

The Comox Thursday Night Ladies had a nice showing of golfers on Sept. 5. Low gross:  Nancy Riva 40, Suzy Venuta  42. Low net: Pat Belanger 32, Mary Buchanan, Pat Everett and Linda Diamond 34.

Hole prizes: Longest Putt – #1 – Pat Belanger – Arizona Gifts; Longest Putt – #2 – Phyllis Taylor; Longest Drive – #3 – Jennifer Smith – Kathy Branch; Longest Drive – #6 – Mary Buchanan – Thrifty Foods; 2nd shot on green – #4 – Suzy Venuta – Ship Wrecked; 1st shot on green – #5 – Nancy Riva – Tee Box Restaurant; 2nd shot on green – #9 – Mary Buchanan – Doug Petrie Golf; Fewest Putts overall  Nancy Riva  12; Chip-ins – Deb McLean, Nancy Riva and Suzy Venuta.

 

 

Our special draw for a free round of golf for non-members was won by Barb Siska.

Our Thursday Night Ladies Closing will be held this week (Sept. 12) at 5 for

5:30 p.m.  Sign up in the Pro Shop. As the golfing season comes to an end, we would like to thank all our sponsors for this year.

– Comox Ladies Golf

 

 

 

 

Good night

Sunnydale Thursday Night Ladies Sept. 5 had a lovely evening. Welcome to the new golfers.

Prizes were given out on: #10 – Closet to the Pin 1st shot – Andrea McInnes; #11 – In the water – Lindsay Wyatt; #12 – Longest Putt – Andrea McInnes; #13 – Closest to Tree on Right – Amy Peetes; #16 – Longest Drive – June Fuller; #17 – Closest to Pin 2nd Shot – June Fuller; Lowest Putts – Dulce Rodriguez; Most Honest golfer – Lindsey Wyatt.

Sept. 12 will be the last golf, all welcome, sign up at 5 p.m., tee-off 5:30 p.m. Wind-up dinner Sept. 19.

– Sunnydale Golf

 

 

 

Pin day

Crown Isle Ladies’ last pin day 2013 was relatively dry.

The winners were: Low gross Raelene Robertson 75, May Mitchell 79. Low net Carol Ayley 66, Pat Chalmers and Shirley Ketter 67. KPs: Pat Chalmers #7 and Raelene Robertson #16. Par 5s: #1 Judy Alcroft, #5 Janet Phillips and Brenda Barrigan, #15 Linda Stickney

Make sure everyone in the ladies club comes out next Tuesday to Beat the Pro, Rod Prieto, his gross against our net. Plan to stay for lunch with him after the game.

The last Crown Isle Ladies’ Nine and Wine is Wednesday, Sept. 18. Lots of fun, a glass of wine, appys, nine holes of golf and  great prizes all for $35. All ladies welcome. Call the pro shop at 250-703-5031 to register your team or yourself.

Don’t forget to sign up on the Crown Isle Men’s’ website as a couple or single for the Joker’s Wild mixed tournament on Sunday, Sept. 22. Wear your wildest shorts and come out and have some laughs. Try to beat Ron and Marsha’s wild outfits!

– Crown Isle Golf

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mixed bag

Sept. 6 was a great night for Glacier Greens Friday Night Mixed Golf.

First place team was Norm Fellbaum, Bob Mowat, Jim Hume and Sue Guitard with -4. Closest to the pin on # 4 was Mario Canil for the men and Sue Guitard for the ladies. We thank our sponsors Locals Restaurant, Jo Klassen Restaurant and Plates Eatery & Catering.

Our final evening will be on Sept. 27 with a meal and prizes for all.  This week registration will be 4:30 p.m. for 5 tee off.

– Glacier Greens Golf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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