Glacier Greens ladies play Pin Round

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

June 4 brought beautiful sunny skies and warm temperatures, a rare and welcomed morning gift so far this season for the Glacier Greens Tuesday Ladies, to compete in a Pin Round.

Winner of the Pin Round was Glennda Kinney with net 65. Second low net was Liz van B. with 66. On the gross side, Gene Renaud took first with a 86 and Kelly Gibbs, took second with an 87, winning on a count back.

Low putts went to Marlene Hall with 28 and Pat Verchere, Lynn Pringle and Connie Alexa  tied at 29. KPs were Gene Renaud #15 and Rosslyn O’Rourke #4.

Glacier Greens hosted the Zone 6 Champion of Champions on  June 3. Congrats to Glennda Kinney for winning the low net side with a 69. Gene Renaud placed third on the gross side, shooting a 79.

– Glacier Greens Ladies Golf

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aye, Captain

Sunnydale Men’s club played for the Captain’s Trophy on June 2. The low gross winner was Greg Koster with 73. Brodie Leach, a new member to the club, was the low net winner with a 65.

The 0-10 gross scores: Mitch Carr-Hilton 77. The 0-10 net scores: Damon Gaudet 70, Robin Ward 72, Murray Erickson 72.

The 11-up low gross scores: Ed Podetz 80, Jim Buchanan 81, Rick Dawson 82, Silvio Alberti 82 and Ham Stewart 86.

Low net 11-up: Ron Fearing 69, Dave Pacholuk 72 and Clyde Levy 73.

KPs #3 Ron Fearing, #5 Rick Dawson, #10 Murray Erickson, #15 Rick Dawson and #17 Robin Ward. Long Putt winners #9 Jules Urban, #18 Brodie Leach. Long Drive #14 Brodie Leach, #16 Jordan Rallison. Nice drive into the wind, Jordan.

– Sunnydale Men’s Golf

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alice Allen

Sunnydale Ladies Tuesday morning club played the Alice Allen Memorial Tournament on June 4 with 33 players. Carolyn Walker shot a low gross score of 93 to take the trophy home.

Close behind in second place was Pat Peden with 94. Winning the net side trophy was Magge Miller with 71. Coming in second with 71 on a count-back was Vicki Bombini.

The rest of the group followed as:

Low gross: Lorna Fowler 95, Lois Westbrook  95, Joan Brown 99, Teri Sleigh 101, Trish Heyland 101, Darlene Clark 103.

Low net: Marlene Gerrie 72, Susie Currie 77, Becky Kenner 77, Rona Lawson 78, Penny Wagenstein 78, Marg Cikaluk n/a.

For the Sunnydale 9-hole Ladies, seven golfers played and the big winner with 14 putts was Sherry Harrison.

– Sunnydale Ladies Golf

 

 

 

 

Scramble

On a perfect night for golf, the Glacier Greens Tuesday Night Mens’ league participated in a Red, White and Blue scramble format game.

When the teams had all finished tallying their scorecards, an incredible eight teams of the 10 total tied with a score of -3.

Taking first place with a score of -4 was Stan Mills, Stan Kirkland, Mario Canil, Doug Mann and Jim Hume. A draw of the -3 scorecards was held to determine the other prize winning teams.

Taking second place was the foursome of Mario Guitard, Ted Sauve, Rudge Wilson and Wayne Mabee. Placing third were Chris Kalnay, Leo Lamothe, Len Doyle, Bernie Golding and Doug Messer. Capturing fourth place was Richard Martin, Rick Verbeek, John Holley and Mark Keirstead.

The individual hole prize winners were: #1, sponsored by The Griffin Pub, Barry Hewer; #2, Bill Kelly Pro Shop; #3, Brian Mclean Chev, Buick, GMC, Stan Mills; #4, Scott Fraser/Royal Lepage Real Estate, Rudge Wilson; #5, Billy D’s Pub, Phil Ball; #6, The Wine Cottage; Chris Kalnay, #7, A-Lure Barber Shop, Claud Dufault; #8, Jo Klassen’s Grill, Wayne Ogilvie and #9, Chad’s West Coast Grill, Fred Williams. Two snips held up, an eagle on #2 by the Bob Edwards team and #5 by the Wayne Ogilvie crew.

Mario Canil was the winner of the draw for the granite cutting board presented by Dave Wacowich of Quick and Easy Granite. Several other draw prizes, sponsored by Yiamas Greek Taverna, Coulter’s Automotive Repair,  Aero Art Screenprinting, Westview Ford, Chips Ahoy and Panago Pizza were awarded.

– Glacier Greens Men’s Golf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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