Hot scores on a hot day for Comox Men’s Club golfers

Forty-five Comox Men’s Club golfers played on a hot and  sunny Sunday morning. There were two great net scores: 58 by Mark (V11) Vandervoort

and 59 by Don Gates and a stunning 67 gross by Tracy Branch. Handicap cuts are coming.

0-14 low gross: Tracy Branch 67,  Marty Petersen 74.

15 + low gross Mark (V11) 74, Brian Buchanan 80.

Low nets Don Gates 59, Rick (Chaichi) McCaughan 65, Don Ellis 66, Rick Adams 66, Keith (Horton) Welch 66, Billy Schneider 66, Bill (Bowlzy) Bowles 66, Mike (Slim Simmon)s 66.

KP prizes: #10 KP 0-14 Tracy Branch (Bowlzy Brkfst Comox Pacific Express), #2/11 KP 0-14 Tracy Branch (Men’s Club), #3/12  long drive 0-14 Dane Petersen (Men’s Club), #4/13 KP 15+ Marty Petersen (Westview Ford Sales), #5 KP All Dale Riva (Browning Karl Fawthorpe), #14 KP All Ken Simmons (Investors Group Keith Gibson), #15 KP 2nd shot 15+ Dave (Woody) Wood (Bowlzy Brkfst Comox Pacific Express), #7/16 long drive 15+ Mark (V11)  (Men’s Club), #9  KP All Scott Fraser (Rick Siddall Financial Services), #18 KP All (Bowlzy)  (Glaciers Gutters).

Skins: Tracy Branch (2), Marty Petersen, Colin McGowan, Ken Loga, Don Ellis,

Mark V11 (2), (Horton), Marty Duda, Bob Bird, Brian Buchanan. POG 0-14: Ken Loga #16.

Deuces: Bob Bird (2), (Horton), Don Ellis, Colin McGowan, Billy Schneider, Don Gates. Birdies: Tracy Branch (5) and Rick Adams (3).

 

– Comox Men’s Golf

 

 

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