Scott Fraser records two eagles at Comox Men’s Club golf

Thirty-two Comox Men’s Club members braved a non-rainy sunny Sunday morning which yielded two eagles for Scott Fraser on #15 and #17.

0-14 low gross  Scott Fraser 69, Dan Bailey 72. 15 + low gross Jack Burgess 77, Brad Scheck 81. Low nets Stu Holland 65, Marty Petersen 66, Bill Schneider 66,

Stan Potter 66, Ken Loga 66.

KP prizes: #10  KP 0-14 Gord Baudais (Bowlzy Brkfst Comox Pacific Express), #2/11 KP 0-14 Karl Fawthorpe (Men’s Club), #3/12  Long Drive 0-14 Scott Fraser (Men’s Club), #4/13 KP 15+ Stu Holland (Westview Ford Sales), #5 KP All Dave Wood (Browning Karl Fawthorpe), #14 KP All Tracy Branch (Investors Group Keith Gibson), #15 KP 2nd shot 15+ Vic Crisp (Bowlzy Brkfst Comox Pacific Express), #7/16 Long Drive 15+ Mike Naso (Men’s Club), #9  KP All Murray (Rick Siddall Financial Services), #18 KP All Marty Petersen (Glaciers Gutters).

Skins: Scott Fraser (3), Marty Petersen,  Gord Baudais, Dan Bailey (2), Keith Horton Welch, Stu Holland, Tracy Branch, Karl Fawthorpe, Brad Scheck, Jack Burgess, Rick Curiston.

POG 0-14: Scott Fraser #17. Deuces: Gord Baudais, Tracy Branch, Russ Rodriguez, Scott Fraser (2), Marty Petersen, Stu Holland, Jack Burgess, Billy Schneider. Birdies: Dan Bailey (3).

– Comox Men’s Golf

 

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