Myrna Cooley Memorial golf tourney enjoys great weather

Twenty-six players took to the Longlands Par 3 course on Sunday, May 24 for the Comox Legion’s second annual Myrna Cooley Memorial Nine-Hole Golf Tournament.

The weather was ideal, which is always a bonus. Playing a shotgun start on the back nine, things got underway at 10 a.m.

Winners this year were Fran Wright and Matt French with a score of 27. Following them were Tracey Lutley and Victor Simonson with a 28 and taking third spot were Maude Weatherley and Hank Fortin with a 31.

Most Honest Player went to the foursome of Angie Howell, Frank Maniak, Eileen Paulin and Mark Miller who all had the same score (given by request only). Closest to the pin for the ladies was Gillian Iddiols and for the men Frank Maniak.

Thanks go to Comox  Valley Nissan, Rice Toyota, and Pacific Western Brewing for their support. Also to John’s Your Independent Grocer for excellent pricing on steaks etc. for the lunch.

None of the lunch would be possible without Vicky, Tracey and Hank (the cook) for an excellent lunch and for the prep and clean up.

Comox Legion Branch #160 holds monthly golf tournaments at Longlands Par 3: next up is June 14 with cost $20 which includes green fees and lunch.

 

– Comox Legion

 

 

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