Greg Koster is Sunnydale Iron Man

Lots of Sunnydale Men’s golfers out early Sunday, July 19 morning to see if they could conquer the course set up to make it tougher than normal (Iron Man or Greens keeper’s Revenge).

Greg Koster didn’t seem to notice any difference as he  shot a two-under par 69. Mitch Carr-Hilton was not far behind with a 71, which gave him low net honours with a 69. Jordan Rallison was next with a 74, then Colin Stairs (brother of Kyle who set up the course), followed by Thomas Drew, a junior member in the 11+ handicap category.

Bo Bishop shot 80, Jules Urban 82 and Rick Dawson 84. KPs were won by Jim Johnson on #3, Thomas Drew on #5, Darryl Adamschek on #10, Dan Woods on #15 and Gordon Byron on #17.

Winner of the Forty Knots Winery gift certificate was Earl Costello for long putt on #14. Corey Nickerson was the long putt winner on #18 (from Rob Speer Pro Shop) and Gavin McLean won a shirt from Carstar for long putt on #9.

– Sunnydale Men’s Golf

 

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