Sun shines on Comox Men’s Club golfers

Tracy Branch shoot top low gross score for 0-16 handicappers on Sunday morning

Fifty-five Comox Men’s Club golfers played in glorious sunshine on Sunday morning.

0-16 low gross Tracy Branch 73,  Rick Adams  73. 17+ low gross Mike Naso  77,  Tony Venuta  83. Low nets Pat Riva  61,  Ken Tait  63,  Stan Potter  64, Marc Smith  65,  Butch Wiliams  65, Marty Petersen  66.

KP prizes: #10 2nd shot 0-16 Kevin Loga  (Bowlzy Brkfst Comox Pacific Express), #11  3rd shot 0-16  Gary Usher (Men’s Club), #12 Long Drive 0-16  Jon Huisman (Westview Ford Sales), #13 2nd shot all  Jon Huisman (BlackFin Pub), #5 all Terry Farrell (Men’s Club), #14  all  Brian Hegg (Men’s Club), #15  2nd shot  17+  Dick Stuart (Bowlzy Brkfst Comox Pacific Express), #16 Long Drive 17+  Brian Hegg (Westview Ford Sales), #17  2nd shot 17+  Keith `Horton’ Welch (Men`s Club), #9 all Randy Walker (Men’s Club), #18 all  Marty Petersen (Men’s Club).

Thanks to Flo at the pro shop for her help. See you on the greens Aug. 10, 8:30 a.m. start.

– Comox Men’s Golf

 

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