3rd Annual Golf
Tournament and Dinner
|March 11, 2013 - Our 3rd Annual Canadian
Loonies and Toonies Golf Tournament was contested by 140 golfers who enjoyed
a magnificent day, a great meal and a super time at Eagle Ridge Golf Club
who outdid themselves in every way hosting us once again.
Special thanks must go the golf committee who worked hard to organize and run the event - Marg MacKenzie, Paula Wild, Mavis and Russell Combe, Heather Gordon, Pat and Brian Irving, Helen Horsman and Richard Dubuc who pinch hit for the scheduled photographer who bailed due to illness.
Prizes were awarded in the following categories:
Overall Tournament Champions [team that had the most fun] - Three Beavers and A Tail and the team members whose names will be engraved on our Championship plaque for prosperity were Paula Wild; Mona Schuller; Carolyn Curtis and Bob Daugherty - each received a keeper trophy and gift certificate donated by Eagle Ridge for a free round of golf.
The LOW SCORE WINNERS (61) were the Drive Thru Timbits and the team members were Doug Kinchen; Bill MacQuarrie; Sharon Gulych and Grant Gulych. They each received $20.00 gift cards
The BEST TEAM NAME was WE’RE OLDER BUD WEISER and the team members were Sheila MacBride; Gail Fenton, Bob Carson and JR Geller. Their creativity netted them each $20.00 gift cards.
The MEN’S CLOSEST TO THE Pin WINNER was Grant Gulych and he received a bottle of wine courtesy of the restaurant at Eagle Ridge
The WOMEN’S CLOSEST TO THE Pin WINNER was Sue Freshwater and she also go a bottle of wine courtesy of the restaurant at Eagle Ridge. We also awarded a pink golf ball to a certain gentleman who entered and was disqualified from this competition upon a gender verification examination.
Walking away with the $75.00 each for 50/50 mulligan draw were Jim Frank; Margaret Chartrand; Bert Poirier and Judy Rivenbark.
Lucky winners of draw prize gift cards were: Linda Cox; Louise Oberwarth; Jean Dowd; Bert Poirier; Deborah Dubuc; Karen Dailey; Don Day and Mark Zahringer.
Last prize of the evening of the Canadian Winter Scene Painting that we had made for us by a Canadian artist who winters here in The Villages was Mike McBride.