108 Men’s Club golfers continue to show up in large numbers for weekly rounds at the 108 Golf Resort. On June 3, 63 golfers took part, going for lowest gross and net scores, as well as long drives and closest to the pin.
Shane Wilkie (37) led the way in the first flight, followed by Jim Zailo (41).
Joe Batalha (33) shot lowest net in the first flight, followed by Bill Baerg (37).
Rob Douglas (39) fired lowest in the second flight.
John Kuharski (41) was second. Bill Graham (35) and James Seeley (35) tied for lowest net in the second flight.
In the third flight, Brian Coldwell (42) and Met Boyson (43) were the lowest gross shooters, while Dan Hadden (34) and Spence Henderson (35) fired lowest net.
The fourth flight saw Gary Desjardine (42) and Ken Waite (43) with lowest gross, and Ron Thurston (30) and Peter Messner (32) with lowest net.
Zailo and Douglas got closest to the pin on No. 8, while Coldwell shot closest on No. 4.
Chris Stevens and James Seeley cranked the longest drives on No. 2. Marvin Declare and Ken Waite hit longest on No. 7.
A deuce went to Coldwell in the third flight.
A May 20 round saw 68 golfers on the course, firing nine-holes and looking for low gross and low net scores, as well as closest to the pin shots and long drives.
In the first flight, Bill Harris (36) shot lowest followed by Wilkie (38). Baerg (34) shot low net followed by Batalha (35).
Eric Ohlund (40) and John Kuharski (40) tied for lowest gross in the second flight. Dennis Thompson (33) and Jamie Crellin (33) scored lowest net.
In the third flight, Dean McNabb (41) and Kyle Macmillan (41) tied for lowest gross. Dan Hadden (27) shot lowest net followed by Steve Brown (33).
Vern Bell (44) shot lowest gross in the fourth flight, followed by Waite (48). Terri Barrick (35) shot lowest net in the fourth flight followed by Carson Walker (36).
Harris and Coldwell shot closest to the pin on No. 4. Bryant Hollins was closest to the pin on No. 8.
Harris and Coldwell punched the longest drives on No. 7 and Steve Brown and Bell hit longest on No. 1.
Harris scored a deuce in the first flight.