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Sunday's GMHA Golf Tournament was a Huge Success!
Submitted By Jason Shedden on Monday, August 21, 2017
The GMHA held their very first Golf Tournament yesterday at Chippewa Creek Golf and Country Club.  The sun was bright, the grass was green and it made for a fantastic day.  76 golfers started out their day with gift bags, raffles for a round of golf or Maple Leaf tickets and a Jelly Bean dare, which I hope I was the only one that suffered from the dead fish flavour.

The tournament also offered a most accurate drive competition which was won by Mark Rogers.  The closest to the pin was won by Jay Perger.  Unfortunately the hole-in-one competition which offered a 2018 Honda Civic was not claimed but the closest shot came from within inches.


The winner of the round of golf was Ryan Risidore and the winner of the Maple Leaf tickets was Ross Johnson.

We wish to congratulate the team who won the tournament with the lowest score of -11 was the team of Shawn Blaj, Tim Knapp, Steve Caton and Dave Spencer.  Congratulations!

On behalf of the GMHA, we wish to thank our special events coordinator Alison Schaubel who put together this entire event.  The countless hours spent towards this event paid off in full.  We also wish to thank the numerous volunteers and the staff at Chippewa Creek Golf Club.  Congratulations on a fantastic, successful and very well organized tournament.  On behalf of the 76 participants, Thank you!

We also wish to thank our Tournament Sponsors, without them this tournament could not happen.  They are:


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