Rallison leads the way at Sunnydale Men’s

Par for the Course: A round-up of news from Comox Valley golf courses







Jordan Rallison led the way at Sunnydale Men’s Club on May 5 with a 5-under 66.

Low gross 0-10: Mitch Carr-Hilton 68, Sandy Watt 70.

Low net 0-10: Jim Buchanan 65, Earl Costello 66, Murray Erickson 69.

Low gross 11-up: Keith McNellie 84 c/b, Rick Sheldon 84, Al Waddell 85, Dave Pakalak n/a.

Low net 11-up: Darrell Smith 65 c/b, Jack Currie 65, Bruce Donegan 67, Al Edwards 71.

KPs: #10 Larry Ferguson, #15 Sandy Watt, #17 Vance Johnson, #3 Jim Buchanan and #5 Sandy Watt.

Long putt # 9 Chris Dowson, LP #18 Ed Podetz. Long drive 0-10 Damon Gaudet, LD 11-up Colin Hetman. Thanks to Rob Speers Pro Shop for sponsoring the KPs and LDs. May 12 will be regular draw; sign up by 8 a.m. for 8:30 start.

– Sunnydale Men’s Golf







Hole In One

On Saturday, May 4, 84 Glacier Greens Men’s Club golfers enjoyed one of the better days we have had this year.

Congrats to Dave Wacowich for his hole in one on #12. Unfortunately is was not one of the two Pot of Gold holes drawn.

A Flight: Gross: Terran Berger 72 c/b, Jim Livingstone 72, Barry Norris 74. Net: Gabe Tremblay 66, Darrell Fieber 70 c/b, Larry Lott 70. Snips: Barry Norris #2, Terran Berger #3 & #9, Dave Wacowich #12 (hole in one), Gabe Tremblay #16, Larry Lott #17.

B Flight: Gross: Bob Edwards 79, Jim Loring 83, Randy Doan 84 c/b. Net: Nick Stolarchuk 67 c/b, Brian Hotsenpiller 67, Wally Berger 68. Snips: Rod Gray #2, Bernie Johnston #3, Glen Meeres #4, Paul Schroeder #8, Pat Renaud #16 (eagle), Steve Ellis #18.

C Flight: Gross: Jim Perry 82, Bob Marshall 84, Glenn Horsepool 85 c/b. Net: Hugh Scoullar 62, Andy Clark 67 c/b, Len Doyle 67 c/b. Snips: Glenn Horsepool #4, Bud Bryan #5, Bill O’Neill #15, Len Doyle #17.

– Glacier Greens Golf




Chilly Day

Comox Ladies Tuesday Golf on April 30 saw all the players feeling frozen at the beginning, but they warmed up to their first Pin Day of the year.

Low gross: Karen Vanetta 92, Phyllis Taylor 94, Sharon Crowe 95, Suzy Venuta and Linda Callender 100. Low net:  Pat Schmidt 75 (pin winner), Grace Coulter, Jean McCrea, Rosalie Williams, Peg Runquist, Anne Patterson and Barb Buchanan 80, Marva Opperman 81, Marg Kelly 82 and Brenda Good 83.

Hole prizes: Petrie Golf – closest to the bucket 1/#10 (all) – June Fraser; Playtime Gaming – KP, low handicap, #4/13 – Lorelei Banford; Tee Box – KP, low handicap, #5/14 – Grace Coulter; Looney Rama – KP, high handicap, #7/16 -Linda Diamond; $14.50 – longest put (all) #8/17 – Marva Opperman; Panago Pizza  – KP, high handicap, #9/18 – Barb Buchanan.

– Comox Ladies Golf







Opening Day

The Sunnydale Tuesday Ladies Club and our nine-hole golfers, and others, held our opening day on April 30. It was followed by a luncheon and business meeting. We started our 9-hole scramble in a very cold wind with the sun shining on our faces.

The low gross winners of our prestigious Sunnydale logo golf ball, with a score of 41, were Lois Westbrook, Andrea McGuiness, Fran Gibson and Trudi Garratt. Second low gross winners, with the same prize, with a score of 42 were Patricia Lowe, Betty Lund and Barbara Dixon.

We had a great turnout for the beginning of the season with 51 golfers.  Everyone welcome. See you next week.

– Sunnydale Tuesday Ladies




Pin Round

Except for being severely windblown, the Glacier Greens Tuesday Ladies were none the worse for wear following a beautiful sunny day on the course on April 30.

Our first Pin Round of the year was the order of the day. Marie Israel was the winner with a low net score of 64 and literally went home with the gold. Gillian Iddiols came in second with a net 65.

Liz VanB won first low gross with a 92 followed by Brenda Livingstone with a 95 (beating her friend, who shall remain nameless, in a countback).

KP winners were Roberta Cadieu on #4 and Liz VanB on #12.

– Glacier Greens Golf








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