Sunset Ranch Golf & Country Club

A report from Cody Bell

We sure had a blast playing and supporting the ALS Society of BC.

Jake (Pilon)  and I started at 5:30am and managed to play four full rounds (72 holes) until we stopped at 2:00pm to help prepare for our first Major Men’s Night of the year.

Jake, Mike Loewen (our head golf professional), and myself then went out in the 3:30pm shotgun to play our 5th and last round of the day. Although we didn’t keep our score too seriously in the first 4 rounds, we did keep our scores in the last round (the Men’s Night round). Jake shot a 71 and I ended up shooting the lowest round of my life and setting a new course record here at Sunset Ranch, 62 with 12 birdies and 2 bogeys.

When all was said and done, Jake and I managed to raise just over $900 on the day. Although I have not had any family or friends affected by ALS, Jake lost a close family friend to ALS which was the reason for us wanting to partake in the event.

Also, one of our long-time members, Rick Whitaker, passed away from ALS and the first Major Men’s Night is in memory of him.

Cody Bell

 

Cody scored a NEW COURSE record with a score of 62; 10 under par!

 

In photo: Mike, ALS BC Executive Director Wendy Toyer, and Cody

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