North Island golf tourney on Mother’s Day at Comox

Gregg Hart of Royal LePage is the new major sponsor of May 10 event

Preparing for the North Island at Comox Golf Club on Mother's Day are (left to right) Adrian Merrilees

The Comox Golf Club is again hosting the annual Ladies’ North Island Golf Tournament on  Mother’s Day, May 10.

Gregg Hart, owner and managing broker of Royal LePage in the Comox Valley, has taken on the responsibility as the new major sponsor. Visual Sound and the Canadian Western Bank will continue as our hole in one sponsors again this year.

Jesse Moussa, the new general manager of the Comox Golf Club and his wife Nadine Ash, a retired LPGA player and golf professional, are ready to welcome this year’s participants to a fun-filled weekend. All entries received by May 1 will be entered into a draw for one person to win a free lesson with Nadine.

Adrian Merrilees, owner and head chef of the Tee Box Restaurant, has an amazing banquet planned. A breakfast buffet will also be available.

John Brownlee and his crew have been preparing the course all winter and it looks fantastic.

Returning chairman Kathy Branch and her committee invite everyone to join in the fun. Come out and enjoy the horse race and chipping contest on Saturday afternoon.  You might also be treated to some karaoke entertainment.

Call Sharon Crowe at 250-339-7450 or mail your entries in to Sharon Crowe, 1792 Astra Rd. Comox, B.C., V9M 4B6.

 

– Comox Ladies Golf

 

 

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