Son crunches field on Father’s Day in sunny Comox

Kaj Petersen shot a brilliant low gross score of 64, including eight birdies and two bogeys, to beat his father by 13 strokes in Father’s Day golf at Comox. On the low net side Dale Riva beat his father by one stroke.

0-14 low gross Kaj Petersen 64, Stu Holland 73.

15 + low gross Dale Riva 80, Pat Riva 81. Low nets Brian Slater 62, Gord Harris 62, Gord Aikman 63, Larry Kulesh 64, Kenny Simmons 65, Mark (Skinny) Vandervoort  65.

KP prizes: #10  2nd shot 0-14  Kaj Petersen (Bowlzy Brkfst Comox Pacific Express), #2/11 KP 3rd shot 0-14 Kaj Petersen (Men’s Club), #3/12 long drive 0-14 Namir Moussa (Men’s Club), #4/13 2nd shot All  Hank V12 Verdenhalven (Westview Ford Mike Paroshy), #5 KP All Gord Aikman (Browning Karl Fawthorpe), #14 KP All Marty Duda (Investors Group Keith Gibson), #15 KP 2nd shot 15+ Marc Dewinter (Bowlzy Brkfst Comox Pacific Express), #7/16 long drive 15+ Marc Dewinter (Men’s Club), #8/17 KP 2nd shot 15+  Mike Simmons (Blackfin Pub), #9  KP All Ken Loga (Rick Siddall Financial Services), #18 KP All Marty Petersen (Glaciers Gutters).

Skins: Stu Holland, Gord Aikman, Gord Baudais, Kaj Petersen (4)

Mark Vandervoort (2), Ken Simmons, Ian Leaky, Pat Riva. Deuces: Kaj Petersen (2).

 

– Comox Men’s Golf

 

 

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