Superb golf at Comox Men’s morning

Nick Usher shoots low gross and scores a pair of deuces




There was superb golf at Comox Golf Club when 49 golfers played on a sunny Sunday morning.

0-16 low gross Nick Usher  66,  Lawry Willis 69. 17 + low gross  Ken Simmons  84,  Vic Crisp 88 cb.

Low Nets Kaj Petersen  64,  Marty Petersen  64,  Billy Wheeldon  64, Pat Riva  64, Rod Nichol  64.

KP prizes: #10  2nd shot 0-16  Lawry Willis  (Bowlzy Brkfst Comox Pacific Express), #11  3rd shot 17+  Dave (Woody) Wood (Men’s Club), #12  Long Drive 17+  Rod Nichol  (Westview Ford Sales), #13  2nd shot  0-16  Mike Naso (Men’s Club), #14 all Dan Buss  (Men’s Club), #15  2nd shot  17+  Dan Buss  (Bowlzy Brkfst Comox Pacific Express), #16  Long Drive 0-16  Scott McLeod (Westview Ford Sales), #17  2nd shot all  Scott McLeod  (Men’s Club), #18  all Scott Fraser (Men’s Club).

Deuces were scored by Nick Usher (2), Lawry Willis, Vic Crisp, Dan Buss and  Stu Holland. Thirteen birdies were recorded and also a great eagle by Stu Holland on #8.

Thanks to Flo “on the go” (pro shop) and  TeeBox Restaurant for excellent service. Men’s wrap-up on Sunday, Sept. 28, at 8 for 8:30 a.m. Lots of prizes.


– Comox Men’s Golf



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