Sunnydale Sunday Men’s Golf hold summer wind-up

Sunnydale Men’s Sunday Golf summer wind-up was   Sept. 25, with 48 players.

Low gross (0-10) winners were Greg Koster 66, Mitch Carr-Hilton 73, Thomas Drew and Gerry Koster 74, John Huisman 75, Ian Haigh 78.

Low gross (11+) leaders were Jules Urban 79, Sylvio Alberti 80, and Corey Nickerson, Wally Pettigrew and Gavin McLean each with 82.

The low net winners were Guy Traverse 66, Jim McCaffery 67, Darrell Smith 67, Leo Lambert, Bruce Green andChuck Milne 69 each, with Dave Pye, Randy Bennett, Rick Dawson and Dave Fauteux 70 each.

Skins 11+ payouts went to Claudio Salvia, Rob Ellison, Sylvio Alberti, Wally Pettigrew, Darrell Smith, Bruce Green.

Pro Shop skin payouts went to Bo Bishop, Dave Pye, Rob Ellison, Greg Koster, and Greg also took the low net in this category with 67. KPs went to John Huisman, Greg Koster (2), Jules Urban, and Mitch Carr-Hilton.

Greg Koster’s sponsored Long Drive ProV1 winners were Thomas Drew, Rob Ellison and Doug Rushton. Pot of Gold winners were Claudio Salvia, Bo Bishop and Greg Koster.

Other sponsored hole winners: 40 Knots winery-Thomas Drew, Rob Speer Pro Shop-Colin Hetman, Subway-Jules Urban, Marc & Beckie Club Caterers-Gerry Koster, Daryl Robbins Accountants-Ian Haigh and Rick Sheldon, Paradise Plants-Doug Rushton.

All of the members were later awarded a Beer & Beckie burger. Next year’s slate of Men’s Club officers were elected at the AGM.

Men’s winter golf commences on Oct. 2; register by 8:30 a.m.

 

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