Jon Huisman on hot streak at Sunnydale

Shoots low gross on Sunday, goes three-under to win on Wednesday

At Sunnydale Men’s Club on Sunday, June 15 Jon Huisman, one of our sponsors (Roy Creek Logging) won low gross with a one- under par 70. Jordan Rallison had 72 and Bill Watkin 78.

In the 11+ division (gross) Ken Cottini shot 76 followed by Rick Dawson with 82 and Earl Costello with 83. In the low net 0-10 division, Dave Pye (Men’s Club captain) shot 68, Mike Foster had 68, Gerry Rautenberg  69. The 11+ net winner was Bruce Donnegan with 68, Bob Tarbuck with 69, Chris Dawson had 70 and Darrell Smith (Midland Tools) scored 72.

A two-man team game was also played. Winners were Wayne Couzens and Lou Maurice, Jon Huisman and Viking, Bruce Donegan and Butch Williams, and Jordan and Gord Rallison.

On Wednesday Men’s Night, June 11, Jon Huisman, who has been hot lately, shot three-under par 33 on the front nine followed by Mitch Carr-Hilton with 37.  Net winner was Bill Watkin (3 Putt Club captain) with 32 and Damon Gaudet with 33.

Jon Huisman also won two KPs (#3 and #5) and a Pot of Gold for a birdie on #3. Many thanks to our sponsors: Westview Ford, Midland Tools and Sleeman Brewery.

– Sunnydale Men’s Club

 

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