Results from May 3 golf night

Results from May 3 golf night - Chinook Cove Men's Golf Report

Submitted by Mike Webb

Flight 1:

Low Gross: Richard Knowles (35 retro)

Low Net:

Ron Hadley (33)

Long Drive:

Rob Sunderman

Long Putt:

Bill Collison

K.P.: Richard Knowles K.P. in 2: Mike Smith

Flight 2:

Low Gross: Herb Gawhens (43 retro)

Low Net:

Keith Peterson (31)

Long Drive:

Willie Edwards

Long Putt: Carry Over

K.P.: Nico Prinsloo

K.P. in 2: Bob Milburn +c/o Apr 26

Door Prizes

$15 Gift Certificate: Richard Salle

$15 Gift Certificate: Ole Kjenstad

$10 Gift Certificate: Earl Mattice

$10 Gift Certificate: Murray Livingstone

Cart Pass: Bob Milburn

9 Hole Pass: Ed Salle

Duece: + C/O Apr19 +26

Bill Collison

James Lane

Will Edwards

Nico Prinsloo

Herb Gawhens

Skins #3:

Carry Over



• Prizes can be claimed at the Chinook Cove front desk.

• Sign up for Club Opening Tourney May 12/2012 (Team Event).


• Players interested in Match Play see Brad Baker to sign up.



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