Gord Baudais tops Stableford game at Comox Men’s Club golf

 

 

 

On May 20, Comox GC Men’s Night had 64 golfers playing nine holes of Stableford on a perfect Wednesday evening.

1st Gord Baudais 21points, 2nd Keith (Horton) Welch 21, 3rd Mike Naso 21, 4th Ron Pearce 21, 5th Nick Usher 20, 6th Marty

Pedersen 20, 7th Dan Bailey 20, 8th Kevin Loga 20, 9th Ron Pratt 20, 10th Vic Crisp 20, 11th Gord Harris 20.

Hole prizes: #11 KP Mark Smith, Westview Fords Sales. #12 Long Drive 17+ Grant Skelly, Mens Club. #13 KP Laurie Willis, Black Fin Pub. #14 KP  Rick Siddall, Glacier Gutters. #16 Long Drive 0-16 Nick Riley, Men’s Club. #18 KP Nick Riley, Shilo Painting.

One nice snip was achieved by Kevin Loga,

big deuces by Nick Usher and Rick Siddall.

Next Wednesday 5 p.m. start for 5:30 p.m. shotgun.

– Comox Men’s Golf

 

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