Spring Fling Tuesday at Glacier Greens

Congratulations to last week’s winners at the Glacier Greens Golf club. Stableford Points team Rosslyn O’Rourke, Marie Israel and Wendy Dowe with a total of 141 points. KP’s were Marg Rushton #4 and Holly Sanders #15. Low putts, Amber Dufour with 30. Bernice Henderson had a chip in birdie on #15 (Amber/Connie) jelly bellies and Holly Sanders had 2 birdies #14 (only in most of our dreams) and #15.

Tuesday is the annual Spring Fling fun tournament using Stableford scoring. After will be an AGM followed by prizes. Ben will have a couple specials for lunch. See you there.

•Sunnydale Men’s Club results for May 6. With 46 competitors, Low Gross (0-10) winners were; Robin Ward & Greg Koster (72), Mitch Carr-Hilton (74), Iain Haigh & Gerry Koster (76). Low Gross (11+) Rick Dawson (78), Silvio Alberti (80), Babs Bigelow (83), Jim Buchanan (84).

Low Net winners were; Vance Johnson (66), Ken Cottini & Ed Podetz (68), Larry Ferguson (70), Dave Pye, Bob Whitehouse, Harvey Skirrett, Dave Pacholuk & Clyde Levy each with (71).

Skins (11+) Payouts went to Bob Bigalow, Earl Costello, Ted Baker, Silvio Alberti & Gary McGegor. Pro Shop Skins Payout winners were Mitch Carr-Hilton, Greg Koster, Iain Haigh, Joel Gonyer & Robin Ward taking Low Net in this category. Kp’s went to Robin Ward, Silvio Alberti, Murry Erickson, Jim Buchanan & Wally Pettigrew.

Long Drive Pro V1 winners were Iain Haigh, Vance Johnson & Robin Ward. The Koster Challenge was taken by Ken Cottini. Sponsored hole winners were; Rob Speer Pro Shop – Dennis Kornuga, Subway – Corey Nickerson, Marc & Beckie Club Caterers – Doug Rushton, Paradise Plants – Bob Whitehouse, Westview Ford – Corey Nickerson.

Last week, the Sunnydale team of Greg Koster, Gerry Koster, Doug Rushton, Wally Pettigrew & Jim McCaffery placed third in the Zone 8 Scramble at the Fairview course.

Next week will feature our “4 stick challenge.” Note the new times are register prior to 8 for an 8:30 tee-off. Breakfast is available before registration.

•Comox Tuesday ladies golf May 8 drew 32 golfers. There was a three-way tie for 1st low gross – Jo Falco, Nancy Newton, and Monica Yoo with a score of 98. The 1st low net was won by Linda Baker with a score of 75. The fewest number of putts won by Grace Coulter 28. Chip ins won by Sue Piper, Mary Buchanan, Barb Buchanan, Jean kirby, Pat Belanger, Linda Baker and Gi Carlson.

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