Marmot Ridge Men’s Night attracts 26 golfers

Young guns take home a lot of cash for their performances

Roger Hood made a short chip shot onto the green of the first hole at Marmot Ridge Golf course. Hood came in second for low gross and closest to the pin for the Callaway division during Men's Night on May 12.

Twenty-six golfers competed at Men’s Night at the Marmot Ridge Golf Course on May 12, with 13 members playing the handicap group and 13 playing in the Callaway division.

Despite initial rain, the guys came out and played a good round of golf.

The young guys, Brett Tassell and Lynden Jeffery, came away with several awards, while Heik Tuomi and Roger Hood showed great skill in the Callaway division.

 

Handicap

First Low Gross: L. Jeffery.

First Low Net: Ken Mills.

Longest Drive: Vern Jeffery.

Closest to pin: Sean Watson, first; and L. Jeffery, second.

Longest putt: Jim Bicknell.

 

Callaway

Low Gross: Tuomi, first; Hood, second.

Longest Drive: Tassell.

Closest to pin: Tassell, first; Hood, second.

Longest put: Tuomi.

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