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Delay on the start of the season Due to the CoVid19 virus

The golf course was in fine shape after the winter, there was very little winter kill on the greens and the fairways were in great shape.

With the safety regulations that came with CoVid19, no golfers were allowed on the golf course.

Other clubs in the District, Delayed their opening until they could ensure the safety of the workers and golfers as well.

When the course did open for play, each golfer had to have a tee time booked, ride alone on his or her cart and golfers were started 20 minutes apart. On the green the cups had a sponge ring around the pin so no ball could drop into the hole, this safety measure ensured that no one had to disinfect the pins in between the player. The next step on the greens saw the cups put in upside down and the sponge ring was removed, this allowed the ball to fall partway into the hole but not enough to warrant touching the pin, this satisfied the golfers.

Senior men’s golf started on June 18th with all the protocols in place, 14 golfers took part and played best ball.

Team #1 was Brian McCallum sr, Ed Kennedy, Brent Dyck and Ron Speck. they turned in a lightning shortened round of 73.

Team # 2 With Franco Calvelli, Alan Bruyere, Richard Lampi and Harry Bruyere ( his first round in 14 years). they had a 71 with a lightning shortend round.

Jean Lambert headed up team #3 with Vern Hebert and Herb Rhorig turning in a 72.

Team # 4 consisting of Scotty Russell, Roy Decorte and Ray Laquerre shot a 5 birdie round and recorded a 68 and won the bragging rights for the day, well done guys. they completed their round beating the rain and lightning.


Senior’s golf June 25th

24 golfers took advantage of the great weather to come out to play golf .

Ed Kennedy, set up the daily outing with the format of best ball.with each golfer having to use two of his drives for the front nine and two on the back nine. captains were chosen by handicap and each captain drew for their players.

Tim Fairburn and his team of Scottie Russell, Ed Kennedy and Gord Martin toured the course with a Five Under 67, good for first place.

Mark Clark along with Terry (no last name) and Wayne Thomas were one shot behind with a 68,which tied them Todd Bryck , Brian McCallum and Richard Lampi, good for a tie for second.

Franco Calvelli , Ray Carlson and Lance Beauregard shot a 72 as did the team of Jean Lambert, Brian Ferguson and Allan Bruyere, good for a tie for third place.

Coming in the final position were the teams of Mark Labossierre,Dave (?) and Roy Decorte with a 76 as did the team of Ray Laquerre,Vern Hebert and Harry Bruyere.

player played from the red tees on the front and back nines.