Elm Ridge-Glenmore Golf & Curling Classic 2016 RESULTS
I would like to thank all the golfers/curlers who participated in the event on Sunday, October 16th. It was a fun day where we all played a 12 hole scramble at Elm Ridge, curled 6 ends at Glenmore, enjoyed a chicken dinner from Cote-St-Luc BBQ, had a few drinks, and ended up playing some poker to finish the night.
Winners 47 points:
2nd Place 43 points:
3rd Place (Tie): Scott Leslie Allison Ross Jeff Barkun Stan Fong
Jared Blumenthal Brahm Blumenthal Randy Sewell 42 points
Closest to the Pin: Jared Blumenthal
Matt Kennerknecht and Brahm Blumenthal were the last two standing with Matt taking it down in the end.
Congrats to all the Winners! Hopefully we will see you all next year.
Come visit Glenmore and try an Olympic sport! Sweep away those winter blues!
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The information gathered through this survey will be used in developing recommendations for sweeping and equipment rules, which will be considered by the next WCF General Assembly in September 2016. This survey will remain open until 16 May 2016.
Source: Sweeping Survey
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