New Horizons held their golf windup Monday, Sept. 30. Unfortunately, the afternoon golf was cancelled due to inclement weather, however an exceptional supper, put on by Carol and her staff at the Main Course Restaurant, did go ahead. Forty golfers and friends enjoyed the meal. Prizes were drawn for and this marked the end of their 2019 golf season.
President Wally Gordey thanked all those who participated during the year. Special thanks to The Discovery Co-op for car wash prizes, Dana and his staff at the golf club, the Gold Eagle for windup prizes, Glenn Hunter for supplying the ball retrievers.
Members of New Horizons will now focus on curling, which begins Tuesday, Oct. 8 at 1 p.m. Good luck to all.
New Horizons play final round
Twenty-seven New Horizons golfers turned out to play in their weekly Monday morning scramble on Sept. 23.
Coming in first, was the threesome of Wally Gordey, Merv Zulynik and Dale Cain, with a score of 35. Taking second, with a score of 37, was the team led by Ron Falcon, with Allie Raycraft, Dave Page and Pat Tillmanns. The consolation was owned by Don Dill, Glenn Hunter, Dick Blom and Diana Griffiths. Dave Page won closest to the pin on number eight, while Lyle Whitbread took the Co-op car wash for making the longest putt on number nine.
This was their final morning golf for this year. Their golf windup will take place on Monday, Sept. 30, with a shotgun start at 1:30 p.m., followed by a supper at the Main Course Restaurant.
Perfect golf weather enjoyed
Thirty-one New Horizons members came on Monday morning, Sept. 16, to play in their weekly golf scramble. The weather was perfect, probably one of the better days of the season.
Taking top honours, with a 37, was the threesome of Norm Soiseth, Katherine Coats and Merv Zulynik. Three teams tied for second, with identical scores of 38, requiring a countback, leaving the foursome of Harry Zamonsky, Allie Raycraft, Dale Cain and Nester Brunwald to claim second place. Bringing up the rear and claiming the consolation was the team of Dave Page, Dexter Van Dyke, Ken Holliday and Dick Blom. Diana Griffiths won closest to the pin on number eight, while Glenn Hunter won the Co-op Car Wash for making the longest Putt on number nine.
New Horizons will play their next game on Monday, Sept. 23 at 9:30 a.m. Their windup will be on Monday, Sept. 30, with a shotgun start at 1:30 p.m., followed by a supper at the North Battleford Golf Course.
Too cold for some golfers
It was a cold, windy Monday, Sept. 9, morning when only 16 members of New Horizons turned out to play in the weekly golf scramble.
Garry Nelson led his foursome of Ron Falcon, Dave Page and Allie Raycraft to a first place finish, with a score of 34. Coming second, requiring a countback, was the team of Merv Zulynik, Ann Bernier, Ed Kjargaard and Bernie Meisner, with a score of 40. The consolation was claimed by Ken Holliday, Dexter Van Dyke, Dale Cain and Don Murray. Roy Falcon won closest to the pin on number eight, while Dave Page won the Co-op car wash for sinking the longest putt on number nine.
New Horizons will play their next game on Monday, Sept. 16, at 9:30 a.m.
Lightning, thunder and rain
New Horizons played their weekly golf scramble on Wednesday morning, Sept. 4, with 26 participants. The day began cloudy and cool and ending with lighting, thunder and rain.
Taking first place with a score of 36 was the foursome of Merv Zulynik, Ann Bernier, Garry Nelson and Etta Meisner. Coming second, with a 37, was the team of Bernie Meisner, Diana Griffiths and John Chomyn. Trailing the field was the team of Harry Zamonsky, Barry Werth and Brian Jordan. Wally Gordey won closest to the pin on number eight, while Brian Miller won the Co-op car wash for sinking the longest putt on number nine.
Monday morning, Aug. 26, saw 27 New Horizons Golfers brave the elements to play in their weekly scramble. It was cloudy, windy and cold, and the scores reflected it. Only one team was able to crack the 40s and that was the team of Harry Zamonsky, Karl Palm, Ron Falcon and Nester Brunwald, coming in with a score of 37.
There were three teams with an identical score of 40, requiring a countback, with the foursome of John Chomyn, Sharon Boskill along with Denis and Connie Carignan, getting second place. Just out of contention, but managing to grab a last place finish was the threesome of Lyle and Jutta Whitbread and Bernie Meisner.
Don Murray was closest to the pin on number eight, with Denis Carignan winning the Co-op car wash for making the longest putt on number nine.
New Horizons will play their next game on Wednesday morning, Sept. 4 at 9:30 a.m.