Mark Valliere leads the way at Crown Isle Gentlemen’s Night

Gentlemen’s Night at Crown Isle on June 21 saw Mark Valliere with a triple header for the low gross of 32 (4 under par) for the Prime Chop House; 2nd shot KP-12 on #2 for Thrifty Foods; and KP Everyone for Jim’s Clothes Closet.

We had a number of double winners. Paul Anderson won KP+13 on #4 for Assante Capital; and 3rd shot KP+13 for Russ Keil, Scotia MacLeod. Matt Beckett was in form for Hollis Wealth with a low net of 31; Matt was also closest to the white spot for White Spot Restaurant.

Gerry Jackson won the blind draw for Budget Blinds and was closest to the Mustang for Westview Ford.  Russ Keil pounded the long drive 13+ handicap on #1 for McDonalds,  and Russ wound up closest to the house on #9 for Art Meyers, Royal LePage.

Bob McCusker on #2 hit his 2nd shot KP13+ for the Head Shed, and on #8 nailed a 150 yard magic circle drive for Brian Rice Toyota. Logan Yanick won the LD-12 on #1 for Bill Anglin, Re/Max and the KP for everyone on #16 for Gee Associates.

Remaining prizes were won: on #3 by Jim Heald who was double-bunkered for the Coastal Community Credit Union; on #4 Matt Hamilton won KP 12 under cap for Sean Sweeney, Barristers; on #5 Thomas de la Rey had the longest putt for Finneron Hyndai; also on #5 Dave Clare won any eagle for the Eagle 97.3FM Radio.

On #7 Derek Murray won KP-12 for Sean Sweeney, Barristers and also on #7 Sweeney gave a sleeve of Pro V1’s to Paul Skinner for KP13+; on #8, Mike Finneron was closest to the 200 yard magic circle for Mike Hamilton Logging; also on #8 Casey Johnson got the 250 yard magic circle’ for BMO Nesbitt Burns.

Draw prizes for our event sponsors were won by: Gary Morton for Sleeman’s Beer; Brett McLean won for a great score of 10 on the Hidden Hole #9;  Art Meyers  for Hartman Auto Supply; the ‘Joke of the Night’ for Canadian Tire was won by Rick Smith;  finally, Stu Tunheim won the draw for Dave Wheeldon, CIBC Wood Gundy.

Tee times are available after 2 p.m. for 18-hole games, and the nine-hole shotgun goes at 5:30.

 

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