16 teams for Legion Golf

The Legion Golf Tournament held on Aug. 23, at Chinook Cove Golf saw 16 teams of four take to the course

Everyone had a lot of fun at the Legion Golf Tournament

The Legion Golf Tournament held on Aug. 23, at Chinook Cove Golf saw 16 teams of four take to the course in the hopes of a hole-in-one and the prize of $5000 generously sponsored by NAPA Auto Parts.  Unfortunately, no one hit a hole-in-one, but a large number of other prizes and awards were handed out.

Low score went to the team of Bob Milburn with Robert Strachan, Ray Amos, and Keith Peterson.

High score was Ivy Johnson’s team with Eunice Rezunyk, Donna Fraser, and Wendy Johnson.

Men’s long drive was won by Pat Thompson, and the ladies long drive went to Betty Baillie.

KP mens was John Willox, and KP ladies was Marie Hakes.

Ladies long putt was won by Heidi Cline, and men’s long putt went to Jack Butcher.

A good time was had by all, and lots of prizes were given out.

The tournament was then followed up with a great dinner at the Legion.

 

 

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