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Chinook Cove Men's Golf Report

By Mike Webb

There were 29 golfers  at the Aug. 18 Men’s Golf night – hopefully that number will increase for this week’s Enhanced Prize Night.  We will be playing a Two-Man Best Ball with a shotgun start at 5 p.m, with a steak sandwich special dinner.

Aug. 18 results:

Flight 1:

Low Gross:

Mike Webb (37 Retro)

Low Net:

Earl Mattice (32)

Long Drive:

Mike Webb

Long Putt: Brad Baker

K.P.: James Lane

K.P. in 2: Mike Webb

Flight 2:

Low Gross:

Ray Amos (43)

Low Net:

Robert Strachan (30.5)

Long Drive:

Kurtis Rainer

Long Putt: Carry Over

K.P.: Ron Smith

K.P. in 2: Ray Amos

Duece: Carry Over

Door Prizes:

$10 Gift Certificate: Brad Baker

$10 Gift Certificate: Ron Smith

$10 Gift Certificate: James Lane

$10 Gift Certificate: Robert Strachan

$10 Gift Certificate: Rob Sunderman

Cart Pass: Ray Glebe

9 Hole Pass: Richard Knowles

Announcements:

• Prizes can be claimed at the front desk.

• Men’s Night: Thursday, Aug. 25th – Two-Man Best Ball: Whites (Enhanced)

• Men’s Night: Thursday, Sept. 1st – Stroke Play: Blues

 

 

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