By Katrina Angel
The weather forecast had threatened rain all week, but at the 11th hour it cleared up. Partly sunny and warm – a perfect golf day!
Sixteen golfers hit the links at Camisle Golf Club on Saturday, September 21st. 18 holes later, after much calling for the too-rarely seen drink cart, most of us had significantly less golf balls than we started with. Regardless a good time was had by all. We sat down to a lovely dinner and replayed the days events in detail. Special congratulations to Kevin who single-handily scored an eagle (two under par) on 14, and Andrew Gough for managing to get hit with his own shot.
1st place with score of 70 or 1 over par: Mark Burns, Kevin (Mark’s guest), Katrina Angel
Tied for 2nd with 76: Jeremey Debling, Bob (Father) Debling, Gord Fleming
Mortimer (Nathan Frye), John McVeigh, Caitlin Pedlar
3rd place with 79: Tara Neal, Heather Gillies, Bob (Father) Wiseman, Simon McNally
4th place with 81: Dave Frankovich, Andrew Gough, Crystal (Andrew’s guest)
Pam Aylan-Parker, Mark Purcell, Shirley Whitwell, and Georgina Burns joined the group for dinner, and thus received the low score of 0 for golf.
Approximately $150 was raised for the Bursary.
Thanks to our donors:
Tim Horton’s, Wild Water Kingdom, Yuk Yuk’s, Manulife Gym, Kraft Foods, First Energy, Tom Reith, Heather Gillies, Hamilton Tiger Cats, CHML900, Canada Post, Hamilton Baliff Services, Donato Food Group, International Truck and Engine Corporation Canada
Cash donations: Doug Gough, Jim Cimba – Cimba and Associates, Pam Aylan-Parker, Andrew Gough
We hope to see you all next year!