Seven Hills AGM

Seven Hills AGM A Success

A roundup of the results of the 2015 Seven Hills AGM

A record crowd hit the links for the Seven Hills Golf and Country Club’s annual general meeting tournament April 19.

The shotgun-start event featured 57 players with prizes handed out in both men’s and ladies’ categories, said Manager Sharon Schraud.

The results were as follows: Low Gross – Dale Dorward 1st Low Net – Ron Downey 2nd Low Net – Tim Demoe 3rd Low Net – Ross Stone

Long Drive Men’s – Derek MacDonald

Long Drive Ladies’ – Chora Eilertson

KP (closest to the pin) on #6 – Dino Datos

KP on #4 – Darren Charles Long Putt on #9 – Clay Jones. The first prize draw for a free

2015 membership was won by Howie Cheetham.

Dinner, the club’s annual general meeting, and the election of officers followed the tournament.

“It’s a big day for us and it went off without a hitch,” said Schraud.

 

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