Union Bay senior golfers hold Spring Scramble at Sunnydale

Union Bay Senior Golf held their Spring Scramble July 9 at Sunnydale, and organizers say it was a good day thanks to Rob’s pro shop and Becky’s kitchen.

Closest to the pin on #10 for the ladies was Deb McMahon and for the men Doug Forsayeth. Closest to the line on #18 were Deb McMahon and Charles Archibald.

Scrambles: 5th Charles Archibald, Pat Shilton, Arne Anderson 85; 4th George Bartemussi, Carol Bartemussi, Laurenne Piercy, Ken Taves 82; 3rd Don Hastings, Jim Aitken, Janice Aitken, Doug Forsayeth 80; 2nd Brian McMahon, Dennis Royer, Deb McMahon 76; 1st Cheri Loxan, Glen Loxam, Theresa MacNeil, Bob Lennox 75.

“The trophy with the winners will be in the trophy case in the Union Bay Hall dining room. A fun day was had by all,” a spokesperson said.


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