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Gary Gravett named as 2017 Tournament Honorary Chair
Mar 7, 2017, 7:20 pm

    Sports and Scholarships is pleased to announce that veteran on-ice hockey official Gary Gravett, current owner of the Goderich Sunset Golf Club, will serve as Honorary Chair for the 28th Sports & Scholarships golf tournament. The event is scheduled for Pike Lake Golf Centre on Thursday July 6, 2017. 

    Gary was born in Exeter to parents Don and Mary Gravett who were very actively involved in the Western Ontario Athletic Association (WOAA), originally as players and later as volunteers in various coaching, managing and supervisory roles.

       The family moved to Hanover where Don held a major leadership role in the Recreation Department.  Gary attended John Diefenbaker High School in Hanover where be also participated in minor hockey, followed by junior hockey in Listowel, where he also attended secondary school, and Owen Sound. After graduation, he attended University of Guelph for Turf Management.

      Gary eventually “donned the stripes” as a hockey referee which led to his officiating in more than 4,000 games spanning a 37 year career. Highlights included 29 Allan Cup, Centennial Cup and international games. Becoming more actively involved with the WOAA as a member of the Referee Committee and as a supervisor for a period of 30 years, he also is now currently serving as a dedicated member of the Board of Directors for the past decade.

      In 2006 he chaired the “Build For Our Future” Capital Campaign, resulting in the successful construction and opening of a new WOAA Headquarters and offices on Alfred Street in Wingham.

      In a style consistent with many hockey players and on-ice officials, Gary became proficient as a golfer, while simultaneously carving out a 35 year business career in the golf industry. Initially, he started as a superintendent, and progressed to the role of general manager at Saugeen Golf Course, located mid-way between Port Elgin and Southampton. In 2003, he and his wife Lynne purchased the popular and pretty Sunset olf course north of Goderich.

      Sporting a well-earned six handicap, Gary has “teed it up” on eight of the top 10 courses in the world. His biggest thrill on the links was shooting a one-over-par at the historic Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews, in Fife, Scotland.

     Gary and Lynne have two daughters – Ashley, 28 who is married and a CPGA Golf Pro and Kaitlyn a 25-year old teacher, both of whom are active in the family business each summer.

     For the past year, Gary is currently serving as Co-Chair of the WOAA 75th Anniversary Committee, following in the footsteps of his father Don who was active as editor of the 50th Anniversary commemorative program.

    Proceeds from the Sports and Scholarships golf tournament fund bursary awards for graduating secondary school students from South Bruce (Mildmay-Carrick and Teeswater-Culross), sporting endeavours and charitable events. 


25th Anniversary Tourney Logistics
Jul 7, 2015, 2:48 pm
Thursday July 9 is the 25th anniversary Sports & Scholarships Golf Tournament at Pike Lake Golf Centre.
 
Timing:
10:00 - 11:30 - registration on deck overlooking 18th green
  • Birdy package - $10 for "skins participation", and an official Sports & Scholarships 25th anniversary t-shirt
  • Complimentary driving range
  • Complimentary sausage on a bun -courtesy Piller's
Suggestion - For ease of registration, it would be great if one golfer / foursome could register the entire team, pick up scorecard/rules, and pay the $10 x 4 = $40 Birdy Package fee.
 
11:45 Loading the carts - draw for round of drinks on the course. If name is drawn and all golfers in foursome are ready on their carts, complimentary round of drinks on the course.
 
2016 - 27th annual tourney - Be sure and pre-register for the 27th annual tourney scheduled for Thursday July 7, 2016. Choice of great prizes for a lucky winner of the Pre-Registration Draw (entry form will be e-mailed tomorrow with starting holes for all foursomes).
 
Auction - terrific auction items available - as simple as a bid away - thanks to our terrific donors:
 
  • Corporate Suite #16 for Kitchener Rangers Game during 2015-16 season - thanks City of Kitchener (Paul Pickard)
  • Golf foursome at Pike Lake - thanks Greg Shaw
  • VIA Rail to Quebec City for two  - thanks John Bonis 
  • Golf foursome at Goderich Sunset Golf Course - thanks Gary Gravett
  • Golf Foursome with carts at Kitchener Doon Valley - thanks Kim Kugler
  • Golf foursome/carts at Walkerton Golf/Country Club - thanks Ryan Martin
  • Overnight accommodation- Orangeville Best Western - thanks Murray Haase
  • Spa Package - thanks Tammy's  Skin Care Clinic
  • Golf Foursome at Puslinch  - thanks Murray Haase
  • Golf all day at Hanover Golf Club - thanks Glenn Day
  • Golf foursome at Ainsdale Goklf Club - thanks Allan  MacKay 
  • And many others
 
Prize Table Raffle  
Golfers may place their raffle tickets in various draws for participation in Sports & Scholarships golfing foursomes in a variety of golfing events this summer, plus some super prizes When placing your raffle tickets in the containers, please ensure that you're available to attend and participate in the events as tickets are NON-TRANSFERABLE.
 
Fri . July 17 - golf entry at Jeff Preston Charity Golf tournament at Saugeen Golf Club, including dinner -  courtesy Gary H. Attack Financial Planning
Mon. July 20 - golf entry for Alabama Open at Galt Country Club, Cambridge including dinner - courtesy D'Arcy McKinley, Campbell Fence and Deck
Sat. Sept. 12 - golf for 2 at Lions Club of Pike Lake - Minto 9-hole golf scramble, including meal, courtesy Linwood Home Hardware, Gary Kieswetter 
 
Return of "Craps for Cancer" - 50/50 
In addition to Hole #3 Closest to the Pin for Men/Ladies for $100 cash each, courtesy Royal LePage Scharf Realty (thanks Ted Scharf), golfers will be welcomed on #3 Tee Blocks by members of the Lions Club of Pike Lake - Minto, who are selling 50/50 tickets. 
Tickets are $2 each, 3 for $5 or 10 for $10, and golfers who purchase $10 worth can play "Craps for Cancer" to instantly win certificates and prizes valued at $10 minimum to $75.
All proceeds from "Craps for Cancer" will be donated by the Lions Club to Cancer Patient Services of Mount Forest and Mildmay Community Health Foundation.   
 
Hole  #5 - Closest to the Keg, sponsored by MacLeans Ales, Hanover - MacLeans prize package for Men and Women 
 
Hole #7 - popular John Bonis of Golf Special Supporter Seriesreturns with a fabulous "Hole In One Prize" plus "Closest to the Pin" for men and ladies. 
 
Hole #17 - Earn raffle tickets for Hot Air Balloon Ride courtesy Rogers Radio Group with volunteers Dianne and Jackie 
 
Hole #18 - "Grip it and Rip It"  Longest Drives Men & Ladies - ball must be on fairway to be eligible.
 
Putting Contest and Photos - complimentary putting contest with Marg, Mel & Terry PLUS creative photos of foursomes.
 
Loyalty Draw - each golfer receives one entry for each year that they have participated in the tournament - one winner will receive complimentary entry for the the 27th annual tournament on Thursday July 7, 2016. 
 
Questions - please contact me (519-884-4050 is also my cell phone number). 
 
John Thompson
519-884-4050
sstj99@gmail.com
 

NHL sniper Al McDonough Honorary Chair for 2015 Golf Tourney
Apr 6, 2015, 5:04 pm

    Al McDonough, born in Hamilton and a native of St. Catharines, enjoyed a professional hockey career in the 1970s, and will serve as Honorary Chair for the 25th anniversary Sports & Scholarships golf tournament. The event is scheduled for Pike Lake Golf Centre on Thursday July 9, 2015.

 

Al McDonough, Pittsburgh Penguins

    Al was renowned as a clever goal scorer with his hometown St. Catharines Black Hawks during a three year span from 1967 -70. Most notable was his final junior year when he and Hockey Hall of Fame team-mate Marcel Dionne both eclipsed the 100 point barrier, when Al scored 47 goals and earned 56 assists for a stellar 103 point season.  

    In 1970, as an OHA first-team all-star, Al was drafted in the 2nd round (24th overall) by the Los Angeles Kings of the National Hockey League.

    Mid-way through the 1971-72 season, he was traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins and exploded for 35 goals the next season playing with Syl Apps and Lowell MacDonald. In 1972-73 Al was chosen to play in the All-Star Game before being traded to the Atlanta Flames. .

    In 1974-75, Al jumped to the WHA's Cleveland Crusaders where he scored 34 goals, and then split the next two years between Cleveland and the Minnesota Fighting Saints. He retired in 1978 after playing 13 games with the Detroit Red Wings, closing the year with Kansas City of the CHL.

    Al attended Brock University and subsequently completed the Canadian Investment Funds program and holds a Certified Financial Planner designation. He is also a Life and Qualifying Member of the Million Dollar Round Table and has excelled in his second career since 1978.

    In 1991, Al joined Programmed Insurance Brokers in Elmira, holding various positions of increasing responsibility, including Vice-President of Marketing, President (2000) and in 2004 was appointed to the role of President and Chief Operating Officer.

    Sports and Scholarships welcomes Al for this year’s special hosting of the “25th anniversary” golf tournament.

 


SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS - Thursday July 17, 2014
Feb 16, 2015, 1:24 pm

Awards were presented to graduating students from South Bruce from proceeds of the 25th annual “Quarter Century Milestone” Sports and Scholarships Golf Tournament, which was held Thursday July 10 at Pike Lake Golf Centre.

Recognition reception

Four student recipients were publicly recognized at a reception at St. Jacobs Country Playhouse in Waterloo on Thursday July 17.

Scholarship recipients and presenters pose on staircase at St. Jacobs Country Playhouse – Standing (l-r) – Emily van Oyen, (WDCS), Dave West (representing son  J.D. West), Nicole Ruetz, (Sacred Heart), Brian Hicks, Jacqui West, Kelsey Simpson (WDCS) and Dan Rourke. Seated – John Thompson, (tournament chair), Ellen Schmalz (selection committee), and Bruce McDonald (sponsor – CMR Insurance)

Nicole Ruetz

Nicole, a 19 year old resident of Carrick Township and daughter of Peter and Mary Ruetz, graduated from Walkerton Sacred Heart High School where she was active in theatre productions, soccer, sevens rugby and badminton. As well she participated in a Mission Trip to Nicaragua, was a member of two 4-H clubs and competed in dairy shows, as well as participating in CAN Skate, broomball and swimming. Her volunteer activities include annual fall fairs, helping coach minor soccer and swimming, and visiting residents of Brucelea Haven. Nicole plans to attend University of Ottawa for the Honours BA program of French as a Second Language, building on an earlier student exchange visit to France. Her long – term goal is to teach in France.  

Kelsey Simpson

Kelsey, a Mildmay resident, is the 19 year old daughter of Keith and Pat Simpson, and is a graduate of Walkerton District Community School, where she competed in basketball, volleyball, badminton, hockey, swimming, track & field, mountain biking and curling. As well, she served as editor of the yearbook. In Mildmay, Kelsey volunteered with the swim team, Rotary Club events, the Relay for Life, Terry Fox Run and Fire Truck Pull. Her continuing education will take her to the University of Guelph for an under-graduate degree in Bio Medical Science, the next step to a long-term goal of becoming a medical doctor. 

Emily Van Oyen

Emily, the daughter of Bryan and Yoshi Van Oyen, is a 17 year old resident of Carrick Township and graduated from Walkerton District Community School. She competed in high school basketball, track & field, volleyball, badminton and soccer, excelling in many of them, and as well participated in community soccer and broomball, attending various provincial and national events. Community service included stints at the local arena‘s  food booth and sports timekeeping, the book fair at elementary school and chores on a sheep farm. This autumn, Emily will attend University of Guelph working toward a Bachelor of Science, prior to further education in the field of Kinesiology and Human Anatomy, steps toward a career as a health professional.

J.D. West

Eighteen- year-old J.D. West, the son of Dave and Jacqui West, resides in Mildmay and graduated from Walkerton District Community School where he competed perennially in volleyball, basketball, soccer and track & field and advanced to OFSAA events on six occasions. With basketball as his focus, JD has volunteered at several sports camps and local clinics. This fall, JD will attend Laurentian University in Sudbury, hoping to crack the varsity basketball team and will enroll in he Sports Administration course. leading to a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce.  The next four years at Laurentian will be key to JD’s long-term goal of working and/or competing in sports professionally.  

Theatre performance – following the presentations, students, parents, presenters and volunteers were guests of Drayton Entertainment for a performance of “Wichita Lineman – The Music of Glen Campbell” and was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Following the performance, stars of the show Aaron Solomon and Leisa Way offered congratulations to the students.

2015 Tournament

The 25th “Anniversary Sports & Scholarships Golf Tournament" is scheduled for Thursday July 9, 2015 at Pike Lake Golf Centre.


WEAVER FOURSOME wins Disney Cruise; LPGA ticket recipients
Jun 3, 2014, 1:25 pm

Sports and Scholarships golfers fared well in recent draws as Dan Weaver and his family foursome including John, Curtis and Stewart Mills, all of Kitchener won the Rotary Club of Kitchener Westmount early bird draw prize of a Disney Carribbean cruise for four valued at $6,000+.

As well, three S&S golfers were recipients of a pair of tickets each to the Manulife Financial LPGA to be held at Grey Silo Golf Course in Waterloo during June 5-8, 2014. Lucky winners were Murray Schmidt (Waterloo); John Metcalfe (Walkerton) and Jerome Frieburger (Waterloo). Thanks for the Manulife Financial LPGA and Gary Attack of Hollis Wealth Management for provision of the tickets.

 


FOURSOMES CONFIRMED - 2014 Tournament Sold out... Again!
May 17, 2014, 3:25 pm

The 25th annual "Quarter Century Milestone" Sports & Scholarships tournament is sold out

and foursomes are confirmed. Starting holes will be assigned closer to  the day of  the event.

Thursday July 10, 2014 at Pike Lake Golf Centre

10:30 - Registration and free use of driving range

11:45 - Loading of Carts 

12:00 - Shotgun Start

5:30 pm (or earlier) dinner and presentations

Foursomes for 2014 

Attack

Gary

Attack

Jason

Bogensberger

Joe

Coolman

Jason

 

Ballagh

Bill

Ballagh

Jacquie

Dziarski

George

Dziarski

Marianne

 

Becker

John

McIntyre

Jim

Mullen

Roy

Rys

Joe

 

Behling

Helen

Behling

Rick

Hergott

Jerry

Hergott

Sharon

 

Brandt

Terry

Herron

Clem

Lillie

Bryon

Schott

Barry

 

 

   
   
 

 

 

Brogden

Glenn

Hall

Barry

Metcalfe

John

Metcalfe

Len

 

Campbell

Rick

Currie

Steve

MacFarlane

Kent

Wolf

Mat

 

Breig

Doug

Cleland

Robert

Kirkconnell

Dave

Soers

Rob

 

Cober

Peter

Cober

Wendy

Kumpf

Rick

Kumpf

Beth

 

Berard

Patty

MacTavish

Cathy

Schmalz

Ellen

Simpson

Pat

 

Grubb

Jerome

Grubb

Murray

Grubb

Philip

Grubb

Rich

 

Daniel

Mary

Grubb

Sheila

Jackson

Isabel

Kinzie

Susan

 

Erb

Gary

Freeman

Don

Jordan

Murray

Kieswetter

Gary

 

Creighton

Bill

Creighton

R.J.

Litwiller

Mike

Mustakas

Klaudios

 

MacDonald Excel

Nancy

McAvoy

Carolyn

Reinhart

Kendra

Versteeg

Debbie

 

MacDonald

Bev

MacDonald

Tami

MacDonald Norman

Cheryl

Van Dongen

Sylvia

 

Fedy

Brian

Fedy

Sandy

Margetts

Jane

Margetts

Larry

 

McCormick

Paul

McCormick

Christopher

Salter

Brad

Salter

Chuck

 

Eccles

Kevin

Lang

Tony

McDonald

Bruce

Stewart

Jack

 

Lang

Elaine

Petteplace

Gail

Pollock

Shelly

Stewart

Gladys

 

McKinley

D'Arcy

McLelland

Glenn

Sullivan

Frank

Taylor

Barry

 

Lobsinger

Rick

Niesen

Jim

Schmalz

Nook

Weiler

Archie

 

McKillop

Bob

Pegg

Bill

Singer

Steve

Upham

John

 

Aitchison

Todd

Bradich

Tim

Freiburger

Jerome

Stuebing

Troy

 

Kieswetter

Linda

McCormick

Patti

Salter-Kennedy

Gayle

Weaver

Judi

 

Bratanak

David

Kalbfleisch

Peter

Lautenslager

Kevin

Scharf

Ted

 

Allen

Bill

Allen

John

Kieffer

Brian

Schmalz

Morris

 

Bjorkenstam

Ben

Kipfer

Ray

Simpson

Larry

Grant

Steve

 

Schmidt

Mary Lou

Schmidt

Murray

Thompson

Brenda

Thompson

John

 

Moreira

Jenn

Thompson

Bryan

Thompson

Amy

Walker

Matthew

 

Borho

Rosemary

Brown

Lee

Millen

Joyce

Voisin

Susan

 

Voisin

John

Voisin

Kelly

Yahbee

Brian

Yahbee

Luke

 

Mills

Curtis

Mills

John

Mills

Stewart

Weaver

Dan

 

Brunton

Colin

Nash

Dave

Widmeyer

Grae

Widmeyer

Michael

 

  


Honorary Chair Confirmed for 2014
Jan 29, 2014, 10:21 pm

MLB Alumnus John Upham - Honorary Chair for 2014  

 

John Upham of Windsor, who has spent a life-time as a participant and leader in baseball in south-western Ontario, will serve as the Honorary Chair for the 2014 Sports & Scholarships golf tournament.

 

 

    The 25th annual event will be hosted at Pike Lake Golf Centre on Thursday Juyl 10, 2014.

   John was born in Windsor and as a youth played baseball in the Windsor Jaycee League, balancing the summer sport with varsity basketball and hockey at Assumption High School.

   In 1959, eighteen-year-old John turned down “full ride” university baseball scholarship offers from Michigan State, Michigan, Western Michigan and the University of Detroit. Instead, John accepted the Philadelphia Phillies lucrative bonus to sign a professional baseball contract as an amateur free agent.

   John played nine years of professional baseball at all levels, and had a brief stint in the Major Leagues with the Chicago Cubs. In his minor league career, he played 769 games and fashioned an impressive .293 batting average.

   Following his playing days, John commenced a 29 -year career as a high school teacher in English and Math. As well, he started coaching youth baseball in Windsor and his leadership skills were noted and he became a pitching coach with the Canadian National Youth Team. In 1988, John was the Offensive Co-ordinator/3rd Base Coach for Team Canada at the Seoul Olympics in Korea and the world championships in Italy. By 1992, John was managing Team Canada at the Pan-Am games in Cuba.

   In 1995 he was inducted into the Windsor / Essex County Sports Hall of Fame, and in 2005, was similarily inducted as part of a basketball team into the University of Windsor Sports Hall of Fame.

   Married in October 1962, John and his wife Carol celebrated their 51st    wedding anniversary last October. They have two daughters Tracey and Heather and two grand-daughters Alexa, age 16 and Thalia, 13.

   John’s current hobbies include coaching (baseball, hockey, basketball and swimming over the years), reading, attending movies and vacationing with Carol.

   Sports and Scholarships welcomes John in adding to the success of this year’s “Quarter Century Milestone” golf tournament.


SPORTS & SCHOLARSHIP - 24th annual golf fun day successful
Jul 14, 2013, 4:39 pm

 

 

Tournament successful once again

On Thursday July 4, 2013, the 24th annual Sports & Scholarships Golf Tournament was celebrated with another sold-out field, and despite a mid-afternoon cloud-burst at Pike Lake Golf Centre, a fun time was had by all.

The event which attracts foursomes from the Mildmay area as well as Kitchener-Waterloo and points beyond, is a “Texas Scramble” team competition.

Shotgun readiness - In a cart readiness draw just prior to the 12:00 noon shotgun start, the foursome of Gary & Jason Attack (Kitchener), Mary Daniel (Cambridge)and Sheila Grubb (Dorchester)won a complimentary round of drinks from the Pike Lake cart server.

Following dinner, emcee Bob McKillop of Kitchenerwelcomed golfers and guests and introduced 2013 Honorary Chair Mark Vines, retired National Hockey League on-ice official, who provided greetings to the golfers.

CHAMPIONS BY FLIGHT

Men’s/Open - the Kitchener Quartet of Curtis, John & Stewart Mills and Dan Weaver posted a score of 56 (-15) tying the tournament record for a two-shot victory over the foursome of Jim Granger (Guelph), Glenn Montgomery (Burlington), Curtis Schmalz (Mildmay)and Brian Stere (Tavistock) who carded a 58 (-13). Third spot was claimed by D’Arcy McKinley (Cambridge), Glenn McLelland (Kitchener), Frank Sullivan (Waterloo) and Barry Taylor (Kitchener) at 59 (-12). In 4th position was the Mildmay area foursome of Doug Breig, Robert Cleland, Dave Kirkconnell & Rob Soers at 60 (-11), while rounding out the top five were two foursomes at 61 (-10) – R.J. Creighton (Walkerton), Bill Creighton, Mike Litwiller & Klaudios Mustakas (all of Waterloo) and Rick Campbell (Mississauga), Steve Currie, Kent MacFarlane, Mat Wolfe (all of Waterloo).

Ladies - the local foursome of Liane Brown, Rosemary Borho and Susan Voisin (all of Formosa) and Joyce Millen (Teeswater),broke par again this year with a 69 (-2), establishing a new tournament ladies’ flight record. Four strokes back, tied for second place were three foursomes -   locals Elaine Lang (Chepstow), Gladys Stewart (Mildmay), Shelly Pollock (Ripley) and Gail Petteplace (Walkerton); the foursome of Bev MacDonald (Teeswater), Tami MacDonald (Wingham), Cheryl MacDonald-Norman (Toronto)& Sylvia Van Dongen (Toronto);and Nancy MacDonald-Excel (Mississauga), Kendra Reinhart (Mildmay), Debbie Versteeg (Clifford)& Carolyn McAvoy (Mississauga).

Family (all foursome golfers related) - another local foursome of John Voisin, (Formosa), Kelly Voisin (Hanover), Brian & Luke Yahbee (Mildmay) prevailed, carding a 64 (-7). Two other teams shot 66 (-5) - the Grubb brothers – Richard (Walkerton), Jerome (Waterloo), Murray (Dorchester) and Philip (Cambridge), and Patti & Paul McCormick (Guelph), Jenn Moreira and Matt Walker (Kitchener). In 4th position were Linda Kieswetter (New Hamburg), Chuck Salter (Stratford), Bryan Thompson (Waterloo) and Judi Weaver (Cambridge) at 73 (+2).

Mixed (two male/two female) - Brian & Jane Fedy and Jane & Larry Margetts, all of New Hamburg, shot a 65 (-6), for a one shot margin over runners-up Bill & Jacquie Ballagh (Kitchener) and George & Marianne Dziarski (Waterloo). Third spot 67 (-4) was claimed by Peter & Wendy Cober (New Hamburg), and Beth & Rick Kumpf (Kitchener). Three other teams were tied at 69 (-20).

The “Cusp” Award (middle of the pack score) at 67 (-4) was Gary Erb (Elmira), Don Freeman (Linwood), Murray Jordan (St. Clements) and Gary Kieswetter (Waterloo).

The Mac Lindsay Memorial “Anchor” Award was claimed by long-time devotees Patty Berard (Thorold), Cathy MacTavish (Waterloo), Ellen Schmalz and Pat Simpson (both of Mildmay) who finished at 85 (+14).

The Loyalty Draw from all golfers who received one ballot for each year of participation, was claimed by Steve Grant (Waterloo) who was playing in his 12th tournament, and will participate complimentary in next year’s event. The Newbie Award draw, a gift package from Joseph’s Estate wines, for first-year golfers was won by Honorary Chair Mark Vines (Elora).  

INDIVIDUAL COMPETITIONS

Longest Drive - Curtis Mills (Kitchener) and Cheryl MacDonald-Norman (Toronto)

Putting Contest – Bob Coleman (Walkerton – a perfect 75) and Jane Margetts (New Hamburg - 60)  

Hole #3 – Curtis Mills (Kitchener) and Sharon Hergott (Bloomingdale) received $100 cash each, from sponsor Ted Scharf, Royal LePage Scharf Realty, Waterloo for their closest to the pins shots from the beautiful elevated tee. This hole also featured the Lions Club of Pike Lake Minto “Craps for Cancer” 50/50 draw with Klaudios Mustakas(Waterloo) the winner, pocketing $550.

Hole #7 – sponsored by JB Golf Supporter Series - Curtis Mills (Kitchener) and Tami MacDonald (Wingham).

Hole #10 – Ted Scharf (Waterloo)and Tami MacDonald (Wingham)

Hole #17 – sponsored by Pioneer Insurance and Rogers Radio Group, Kitchener. Players earned ballots for a draw for a Sundance Balloon Champagne Flight and the winner was Bryon Lillie (Waterloo). On the same hole, the Edward Jones longest marshmallow drive was claimed by Gail Petteplace (Walkerton)

Skins valued at $340 eachwere earned on Holes #9 with an eagle by Jim Granger, Glen Montgomery, Curtis Schmalz & Brian Stere; and on hole #18 (eagle) by Rick Campbell, Steve Currie, Kent McFarlane & Mat Wolf.

RAFFLE PRIZES

Each golfer was provided raffle tickets for various prizes that were claimed as follows:

      Set of XR3 golf clubs – Bob McKillop (Kitchener)

      Golf in Alabama Open at Galt Country Club, sponsored by Campbell Fence and Deck/D’Arcy McKinley – Barry Hall (Port Perry) and Barry Taylor (Waterloo)

      Two tickets to Drayton Festival Theatre – “Too Many Cooks” – Rob Soers, Mildmay

      Bottle of Chivas Regal Scotch – Bruce McDonald (Mildmay)

      Sets of Junior Golf Clubs – Glen Montgomery, Burlington, Terry Brandt (Milton), and Beth Kumpf (Kitchener).

      Target golf practice net, chipping basket and putting green – Diane Staats, Cambridge

      Golf in Pike Lake Minto Lions Club tournament, sponsored by Linwood Home Hardware/Gary Kieswetter – Murray Jordan (St. Clements) and Peter Kalbfleisch (Waterloo)

      Kitchener Panthers baseball swag – Paul Pickard (Waterloo)

      Joseph’s Estates Wine gift pack – Mark Vines (Elora)

      Noma Lights – Shelly Pollock (Ripley) and Chuck Salter (Stratford)

      Two tickets to Dunfield Theatre, Cambridge – “Sorry I’m Canadian” – Jerry Hergott, Bloomingdale

      Plush Blanket – Patty Berard (Thorold)

      Beverage Assortment – Jim Niesen (Mildmay)

      BBQ tool set - Jean Howitt (Cambridge)

      RBC Golf gift set – Liana Brown (Formosa)

      Golf in Drew Hildebrand Teen Benefit Golf Tournament (sponsored by Gary Attack Financial Planning) – Curtis Schmalz (Mildmay)

      Golf storage bag for automobile - Ted Scharf (Waterloo)

      Golf Bag travel cover – Richard Grubb (Mildmay)

      Harley Davidson playing cards – Jim Niesen (Mildmay)

      Shoe shine kit – Mark Vines (Elora)

      Golf practise putting cup – Judi Weaver (Cambridge)

      Case of Brick Beer – Don Freeman (Linwood) and Mark Vines (Elora)

 

STUDENT AWARDS

Proceeds from the event provide funding for various community projects and charity sports initiatives, as well as student scholarships. The 2013 scholarship awards will be presented in Mildmay on Saturday August 3 during Homecoming Weekend.

2014 TOURNAMENT 

The 25th annual “Quarter Century Milestone” tournament is scheduled for Pike Lake Golf Centre for July 2014.

 


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