Pros putt for dough

Comox Valley golfers earn cash at Club Professional Championship

Comox Valley golfers carded some good scores at the 2012 PGA of BC Club Professional Championship, held Oct. 1-2 at the Victoria Golf Club.

The event featured the top head professionals, head teaching professionals and executive professionals in B.C. competing for a piece of the $14,500 purse.

Dean Claggett of Two Eagles Golf Course & Academy fired rounds of 70-71 to finish at two-over par 141 and take home the win and $2,600.

Top local finisher was Paul Daskewytch (Glacier Greens) who was in a three-way tie for sixth at 148 and earned $616. Bill Kelly (Glacier Greens) was in a two-way tie for ninth at 149, good for $475.

Jason Andrew (Crown Isle) finished in a three-way tie for 12th at 152 and pocketed $350. Doug Petrie (Comox Golf Club) was in a two-way tie for 21st at 156 which earned him $225.

 

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