Shoot-Out winners from left: Jeff Edwards and Steve Peters (gross), Gabe Tremblay and Denis Debolt (net). Photo supplied

Last shots fired at Glacier Greens Shoot-Out

On May 11, 36 teams participated in the third and final day of the Saturday Men’s 24th annual Shoot-Out at Glacier Greens Golf Course in Comox. The tournament is a two-man team event played over three consecutive Saturdays. First week is best ball, then scramble and finally the “dreaded” alternate shot.

After the last putt had dropped and the scores tallied, Jeff Edwards and Steve Peters won the gross side with a team score of 213. Winning the net was the team of Denis Debolt and Gabe Tremblay with a score of 178.5.

Second place gross went to Fieber and Goodwin at 220, third to Turriff and Oliver at 222, fourth to M. Berger and T. Berger at 223, and fifth to Johnston and Webster at 229.

Second place net was Dowe and Torrie at 187, third to Fellbaum and Renaud at 189, fourth to Egan and Peacock at 191.5, and fifth to Bryan and Martin at 193.5.

Team close to the pins and snips were available all three weekends.

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