Great opening day for Sunnydale Sunday morning men

It was a great start for Sunnydale Men’s Golf Club Sunday morning opening day.

After a short frost delay, 60 players teed it up to start the golf season on Master’s Sunday. After golf everyone was treated to a nice meal prepared by our new food and beverage managers, Mark and Becky.

Low gross was Greg Koster (71); low gross (11+) John Barnsdale (80) and low net overall was Ken Bool (67).

Second low gross (0-10) Mitch Carr-Hilton (75); 2nd (11+) Rick Dawson (85), 2nd net (0-10) Thomas Drew (68). Third gross (0-10) Brian Phelan (76); 3rd gross (11+) Ham Stewart (86).

John Huismann won a $20 gift certificate from new sponsor 40 Knots Winery for a long putt on #14. Emil Zap won a shirt courtesy of new sponsor Carstar for a long putt on #9.

Come out on Wednesday at 5 p.m. for Men’s Night or next Sunday at 8 a.m. for an 8:30 start.

– Sunnydale Men’s Golf

 

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