Tyler VanAnrooy wins Captain’s Trophy at Sunnydale Men’s golf

Week 10 of Sunnydale Men’s Sunday Golf on June 12 included a competition for The Captain’s Trophy.

Last year’s winner did not answer the bell to defend, so Tyler VanAnrooy beat the field of 50 competitors with a gross  69 to win the trophy and Gord Rallison took the net with a 64.

Other low gross (0-10) winners were Mitch Carr-Hilton (70), Robin Ward (75), Dan Wood and Dave Pye shared (76 followed by Thomas Drew (77).

Low gross H’cap-(11+) winners were Rick Dawson (75), Jim Buchanan and Greg Mahart each with (82), Ham Stewart (83), and Gord Hamilton (84).

Low net winners were Gerry Koster and Dave Brown (65), Doug Rushton (69), Jim Barr and Jules Urban (70), Wally Pettigrew and Ron Fearing (71).

Skins (11+) payouts went to Rick Dawson, Jules Urban, Gord Rallison, Randy Bennett, Earl Costello, Wally Pettigrew and Corey Nickerson.

Pro Shop skins payout went to Robin Ward, Dan Woods, Mitch Carr-Hilton, Doug Rushton and Tyler VanAnrooy. KP winners were Gerry Rautenberg, Joel Gonyer, Gord Rallison, Randy Bennett and Jim McCaffery.

Greg Koster’s Long Drives-ProV1 winners were Mitch Carr-Hilton, Dave Pacholuk and Larry Ferguson. Long putts sponsored winners were: 40 Knots Winery – Damon Gaudet, Rob Speer Pro Shop – Tyler VanAnrooy, Subway – Thomas Drew, Marc & Becky Club Caterers – Kelly Mullock, and no winner for the Paradise Plant sponsor.

The (traditional) Tillicum Men’s Open returns to Sunnydale this year on July 30-31. Major sponsors are Royal LePage Realty, Holiday Inn Express, Reliable Auto Body and 40 Knots Winery.

Don’t be late this Sunday, register prior to 8 a.m. Breakfast is available at 7 a.m.

 

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