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THURSDAY NIGHT MEN’S TWILIGHT NEWS




THURSDAY NIGHT MEN’S TWILIGHT NEWS 

 

The May 14 edition of the SFG&CC’s Thursday Night Men’s Twilight was sponsored by our friends at ServiceMaster. The weather was perfect, the prize table was full, and the three man scramble format made for a great night of golf.  

Experience matters, and no group had more of it than Bruno Patti, Bob James, and Don Ross. Rumor has it Bob James helped build Noah’s Ark, in charge of sanding. He and his partners showed a lot of grit on the golf course too, cruising to a win on the front nine.  

If grit’s important, so is heart. In fact, the winning threesome on the back nine had two of them (minus the “e”): Doug and Hank. Along with George Thomson, they “beat” back the competition to claim victory. 

The Roosteraunt closest to the pin prizes went to Bob James and Rocky for their tee shots on holes 8 and 16. Rod Cook and Garth Hannah won the Burns’ Jewelers gift certificates for the best approach shots on holes 4 and 12. 

The Town and Country Chrysler longest drives were launched by Mike Milks and “Tricky Nicky” Vaillancourt on holes 6 and 13. Scott Devonshire was the lucky 50/50 prize winner, and Billy Crawford won the bottle draw.  

Finally, the pro shop prize winners were Norm Devine and Greg “Champ” Hull, while Rob Dales will be a Rocky’s Road Rash competitor at the Closing.  

If you haven’t played with us in a while, or if you’re new to the area and looking for a fun night of golf with the guys, a special Twilight discount is being offered just for you. Come on out and enjoy the best men’s night in Eastern Ontario!  

Last week’s Obsessed with Golf trivia question: Who was the first PGA champion to win with four rounds in the 60s? Answer: B. Lee Trevino 

This week’s question: Which current member of the PGA Tour and European Tour was struck by lightning as a teenager? 

  1. Ernie Els 

  1. Sergio Garcia 

  1. Henrik Stenson 

  1. Retief Goosen 

See next week’s article for the answer.  


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THURSDAY NIGHT MEN’S TWILIGHT NEWS
 
The first Thursday Night Men’s Twilight of the year at Smiths Falls Golf and Country Club can be described in one word: BIG. A big turnout. A big prize table offered up by Goldie Dixit, dentist extraordinaire. And big changes to the club, including a more streamlined head table that the patrons loved. It all made for a night of big fun!
The scramble format offered players a chance to shake off the rust and cobwebs without feeling too much pressure on their first night out. The Staples, Coleman, Rent, Francis, Sanderson, and Strickland group was already well oiled, cruising smoothly to a front nine victory. The Mulrooneys, along with Ross, Koluk, and Hillier, claimed the back nine honors.
The Roosteraunt closest to the pin prizes went to Goldie Dixit and Bob Mulrooney for their tee shots on holes 3 and 14. Goldie didn’t even remember hitting the shot; must have inhaled a little too much nitrous oxide.
Rico Dopson proved he’s more than just a long hitter. Along with Dan Cyr, he took home the Burns’ Jewelers gift certificates for the best second shots on holes 2 and 10. And speaking of long, perennial driving champion, Ray Blair, was at it again on hole number 5. Along with Ben Mulrooney who flexed his muscles on hole number 11, Ray was awarded yet another Town and Country Chrysler longest drive prize.
Norm Devine was the lucky 50/50 prize winner, Wayne Palmer won the bottle draw, and the pro shop prizes went to Brandon Hart, Justin Jennings, and Claire Sanderson.
Finally, Dennis Durant won a nice new golf bag and Al Pilon wanted to take a bow after finding out he was this week’s winner of Rocky’s Road Rash.
If you haven’t played with us in a while, or if you’re new to the area and looking for a fun night of golf with the guys, a special Twilight discount is being offered just for you. Come on out and enjoy the best men’s night in Eastern Ontario!
This week’s Obsessed with Golf trivia question: Who was the first PGA champion to win with four rounds in the 60s?

  1. Gary Player
  2. Lee Trevino
  3. Lanny Wadkins
  4. David Graham
See next week’s article for the answer.
 
 

 


THURSDAY NIGHT MEN’S TWILIGHT  ... open to members and non-members. Come out for a fun evening of golf and fellowship. Every week - 5:45 pm start.