Sunnydale men play ‘pick your partner’ tourney

PAR FOR THE COURSE: A round-up of action from Comox Valley golf courses

 

 

 

On June 16 Sunnydale men’s club played the best-ball net/gross tourney where you picked your own playing partner.

The winners of the low gross were the father-son team of Gord and Jordan Rallison,very fitting on Father’s Day. Second low gross team were Ken Cottini and Murray Erickson. The winning low net team were Chris Dowson and Jack Currie; second went to Clyde Levy and Gavin MacLean.

The regular scores were: low gross 0-10 Jordan Rallison 72, Dave Pye 78. Low net Gerry Koster 69,Murray Erickson 74. Low gross 11+ Ken Cottini 76, Earl Costello 79, Gavin MacLean, Wally Pettigrew, Rick Dawson all with 82 and Jules Urban 83.

Low net winners 11+ Chris Dowson 61,Bruce Donegan 66, Jack Currie 66, Al Waddell 67, Clyde Levy 68 and Jim Johnson 69.

KPs: #3 Jim Buchanan, #5 & #10 Ken Cottini, #15 Clyde Levy and #17 Gerry Koster. Long drive sponsored by Rob Speers Pro Shop: 0-10 Mike Koster, 11+ Ed Podetz. Long putt #9 sponsored by Subway Bruce Donegan and long putt #18 sponsored by Wayne Powell Professional Golf coach Ed Podetz.

The Midland Tools Cup top six for week #8 are Earl Costello 3,150 points, Silvio Alberti 3,050, Darrell Smith 3,050, Chris Dowson 3,000, Randy Bennett 2,975 and Doug Rushton 2,800.There are still 14 weeks left to make it to the top 30.

– Sunnydale Men’s Golf

 

 

 

It was a quiet Tuesday for Glacier Greens Men’s Night last week, only 29 golfers came out (perhaps due to the threat of rain).

With so few golfers we had only two winning teams. First place with –6 went to Adrian Haut, Nick Mykitiuk, Phil Ball, Barry Hewer and John Lehay. Second place with –4 were Dave Wacowich, Wayne Wood, Roy Hagg, John Holley and Bill Krier.

The KP prizes were: #1 Roy Hagg (Panago Pizza), #2 Nick Mykitiuk (Billy D’s Pub), #3 Russ Wreggitt (Brian McLean Auto), #4 Barry Hewer (Wine Cottage), #5 Dan Dupius (Chad’s West Coast Grill), #6 Roy Hagg (Yiamas), #7 Andy Blair (Chips Ahoy), #8 Bill Krier (Bill Kelly Golf), #9 Claude Default.

The winner of the granite cutting board donated by Dave Wacowich was Doug Messer.

 

– Glacier Greens Men’s Golf

 

 

Just Posted

Heavy police presence at Comox Valley RV

There is a developing incident with heavy police presence at Comox Valley… Continue reading

Help the Comox Valley RCMP ‘Cram the Cruiser’ with items for the food bank

RCMP will be onsite at the Real Canadian Superstore Saturday

Transit Rider Appreciation Day Friday in the Comox Valley

Transit riders in the Comox Valley are invited to enjoy some festive… Continue reading

Police respond to alleged bear-spray threats

A number of Comox dog owners have reported their off-leash dogs being threatened with bear spray

Brent Flahr new Philadelphia Flyers assistant GM

Courtenay resident reunited with Chuck Fletcher in Philadelphia

Cannabis gift ideas for this holiday season

Put the green in happy holidays, now that cannabis is legal in Canada

Woman forcibly confined, sexually assaulted between Creston and Cranbrook

The suspect forced the woman into her vehicle before driving along Highway 3

‘I thought I was dead as soon as I saw the gun’

Keremeos gas station attendant tells story about man with gun coming to store

John murder trial at Duncan courthouse on pause until spring

John is charged with the May 2016 murder of 20-year-old Derek Descoteau

‘People talk about deep sadness:’ Scientists study climate change grief

Some call it environmental grief, some call it solastalgia — a word coined for a feeling of homesickness when home changes around you.

As protectors abandon Trump, investigation draws closer

Cohen was sentenced Wednesday to three years in prison for an array of crimes.

Senate delays start of sittings in new home, delaying start of broadcasts

The Senate and House of Commons are moving into temporary homes for the next decade as a result of long-planned and badly needed renovations to the Centre Block.

UK leader seeks EU lifeline after surviving confidence vote

EU leaders gather for a two-day summit, beginning Thursday, which will center on the Brexit negotiations.

French police try to catch attack suspect dead or alive

Local authorities increase death toll to three, including 13 wounded and five in serious condition

Most Read