Koster claims President’s Cup

Close competition at Sunnydale Men's Club needs playoff to decide winner




Sunnydale Men’s Club played for the President’s Cup on June 9. The low gross winner was Greg Koster after a three-way tie, won in a playoff with 72. The low net winner overall was Jim Johnson with 61.

Low gross 0-10 Tyler VanAnrooy and Robin Ward 72. Low net 0-10 John Barnsdale 66 and Jordan Rallison 71.

Low gross 11+ Jim Buchanan77, Rick Dawson 77, Gerry Rautenberg 78 and Ron Fearing 80. Low net 11+ Jack Currie 64, Ed Podetz, Ken Cottini and Bruce Donegan scores n/a.

– Sunnydale Men’s Golf


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