Thanks to our Men’s Night correspondent Kelly Pearson, we have the following results from Gilwood Golf Club.
The Aug. 21 Men’s Night competition had a combined four-person individual play low net play-down, playing from a combination of black and blue tees on the Forest 9.
Winning proximity prizes were Patrick Kennedy for ball in the bush on # 1, Adam Becker closest to the pin in two shots on #2, J.R. Giroux closest to on #3, Lee Hunt for birdies or better on #4, Don Hansen ball in sand on #5, Rod Cardinal for closest to on #6, Patrick Kennedy for closest to in three shots on #7, Scott Emes for long drive on #8 and John Ostapzuk for long putt on #9.
Deuce pot this week went to Stephen Boyle who got the only deuce on the night.
Hidden Skins hole was #9 and is a carry-over till Sept 4 for $194.
Scoring winners on the night:
For most honest team with a combined Low net of 170 – Murray Pichette, Donny Hansen, Bruce Bateman and Barry Scott. 4th combined low net, shooting 161 – Rod Cardinal, Stephen Pittman, Stephen Boyle and Patrick Kennedy.
Third combined low net, shooting 158 – J.R. Giroux, John Giroux, Kevin Twin and Rod Twin.
Second combined low net, shooting 155 – Jaime Wilson, Justin Loroff, Darryl Garon and Thomas Garon.
First combined low net, shooting a 149 – Joey Mouallem, Dave Dombrosky, Conor Keaveny, John Keaveny.
Combined low gross team, shooting a 167 – Doug Kubel, Greg Kubel, Chris Hatch and Luke Masur.
For the Aug. 28, Men’s Night was a four-person modified scramble on the Lake 9 from the blue tees.
August 14th Men’s Night
Most honest team on the night, shooting a combined net score of 93 was Max McGregor and Tyson Price.
Fourth low net, shooting a combined net of 73 – Lee Hunt and Roland Twinn.
Third low net shooting a combined score of 72 – Roger Cheechoo and John Ostapzuk. Second low net, shooting a combined score of 69 – Bill Pearson and Joe Schultz. First low net, shooting a combined score of 68 – Doug Albers and Murray Pichette. Combined low gross score of the night was 80, shot by Albert Bellerive and Greg Kubel.