Scott Mitchell watches his putt approach the hole on the ninth green at the Seven Hills Golf club during the Logger's Golf Tournament on Saturday

Loggers Golf tournament results

The North Island Loggers Golf Tournament was once again another smashing success.

The North Island Logger’s Golf Tournament, held at the Seven Hills Golf Club from June 18-19, was a certified ‘hole in one’ once again. The golf tournament, which has been running for over 30 years now, had over 150 participants and all profits raised went to scholarships for North Island Secondary and Port Hardy Secondary School students.

Overall winners:  Chunney Kumboh (57), Dino Dantoes (57), Derick MacDonald (57), Dan Friedel (57), Tony Penhill (57).

1. Canadian Overseas Log & Lumber Ltd – Closest to the pin ladies:  Brenda Isaacs. Closest to the pin mens:  Craig Marzoft. 2. Macandales – Closest to the pin ladies:  Dianne Knight. Closest to the pin mens: Bob Nicholson. 4. Pacificus Biological Services – Closest to the pin ladies:  Libby Waddner.Closest to the pin mens:  Shae Mattice. 6. Rich Ply – Closest to the pin ladies:  Natasha Birsa. Closest to the pin mens:  Mike Webber. 7. Dave Landon Motors – Mens long drive:  Andrew Laming. 8. Peoples Port McNeill – Ladies long drive:  Brenda Isaac. 9. Kal Tire Wiggly Lines – Arlo Kueber. 9. Coastal Community Credit Union – Longest putt:  Carter Mackay.

 

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