Wet weather no deterrent for Comox Men’s Club

  • Jul. 15, 2015 11:00 a.m.

A warm but very wet Sunday morning greeted 47 golfers at the Comox Golf Club for the weekly men’s club round.

Here are the results:

0-14 low gross – Nick Usher 71, Gary Snider 72.

15 + low gross – Keith “Horton” Welch 77,  Mike “Slim” Simmons 81

Low Nets – Paul Ives 62, Hank “V12” Verdenhalven 64,  Don Ellis 65, Stan Potter 65, Marc DeWinter 65

KP Prizes

– No. 10 (0-14 hdcp) Tracy Branch (prize courtesy Bowlzy Brkfst Comox Pacific Express)

– No. 2/11 (15+) Paul Ives (Blackfin Pub)

– No. 4/13 (0-14) Tracy Branch (Men’s Club)

– No. 5 (All) Billy Schneider (Browning Karl Fawthorpe)

– No. 14 (All) Shawn Vincent  (Investors Group Keith Gibson)

– No. 15 second shot (15+) Mike Simmons (Bowlzy Brkfst Comox Pacific Express)

– No. 9 (All) Terry Christie  (Rick Siddall Financial Services)

– No. 18 (All) Stu Holland (Glaciers Gutters)

Long drive (0-14)  Rick Siddall  (Men’s Club); (15+) Shawn Harrison (Men’s club)

Skins: Dan Bailey, Rick Adams, Gary Snider, Tracy Branch, Marty Petersen,

Bob Bird, John “Buff” Hope, Mike Naso.

Deuces recorded by Gary Snider

Three birdies for Bill Wheeldon, Rick Adams, Gary Snider.

 

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