Lawry Willis bags eight birdies at Comox Men’s Club golf

 

 

 

Comox Men’s Club had 48 gofers out on Sunday morning.

Congrats to Mike Naso winning his semifinal match on the 19th hole. Eight birdies were recorded by Lawry Willis and five by Mr. Consistent Marty Petersen. A gross 70 was carded by our zero handicapper Nick Usher.

0-14 low gross: Lawry Willis 69, Nick Usher 70.

15+ low gross: Rick Curiston 80, Mike (Slim) Simmons 81.

Low nets: Don Ellis 63, Marty Petersen 64, Hank (V12) Verdenhalven 66

Dane Petersen 66, Bill (Bowlzy) Bowles 66, Vic Crisp 67.

KP prizes: #10 KP 0-14 Scott Fraser  (Bowlzy Brkfst Comox Pacific Express), #2/11 KP 15+ Kevin Loga (Westview Ford Sales), #3/12  long drive 0-14 Bill Bowles (Men’s Club), #4/13 KP 0-14 Lawry Willis (Men’s Club), #5 KP All Dan Bailey (Browning Karl Fawthorpe), #14 KP All Dan Buss (Investors Group Keith Gibson), #15 KP 2nd shot 15+ Jack Burgess (Bowlzy Brkfst Comox Pacific Express), #7/16 long drive 15+ Brad Scheck (Men’s Club), #9 KP All Nick Usher (Rick Siddall Financial Services), #18 KP All (Marty Petersen (Glacier’s Gutters).

Skins: Mark Smith, Dane Petersen, Lawry Willis (2), Marc Dewinter, Marty Petersen (2), Kevin Loga (2), Mike Simmons, Bob Bird, Vic Crisp.

POG: 0-14 Marty Petersen # 18. Deuces: Nick Usher (2), Lawry Willis (2), Bob Bird, Kevin Loga, Marty Petersen, Jim Eremko, Dan Bailey.

– Comox Men’s Golf

 

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