Event last held in 2019 but has been on hiatus due to COVID-19. Stay tuned for future updates!
Berry team win annual Club golf tourney
It was a perfect day for the Cornwall Curling Club’s annual nine hole, best ball golf tournament today at Countryview Golf Club. The teams played a standard “scramble” format, except that the 9th hole had to be played with nine-irons only, except for the green, where a provided curling broom had to be used. Greg Groves managed to sink the putt on the first shot.
Greg Groves and Paul Durant celebrating Greg’s putt. Paul doesn’t look too disappointed that he didn’t get to try!
Back in the Clubhouse, after a meal of burgers and fries, the scores were tallied, with the foursome of (L-R) John and Shirley Berry, Donald Weeks, and Kimball Blanchard coming in first by a single stroke, and getting first pick of the prize table.
Next up were the closest to the pin and long drive awards.
Jean Anderson won the ladies closest to the pin (hole 2)
Brent Irving won the men’s longest drive, for hole 4
Shirley Berry won the women’s, for hole 7.
Paul Durant won the men’s closest to the pin (hole 8)
Now, back to the team prizes. There was a tied score for second place, between the Brent Irving and Greg Groves teams, with the Groves threesome, which also included Paul Durant and Derek MacEwen, winning after retrogression rules were applied.
Team Irving (L-R): George Younker, Brent Irving, Angela Sanderson, Rob Gallant
Other teams in order were the Gary O’Sullivan foursome, followed by the Chris MacDougall team, then the Bill Hope squad, and the “Most Honest” team, the Cornwall women’s club champions from last season, captained by Kim Nicholson.
Thanks to organizer Gary O’Sullivan, the prize sponsors, and the Countryview Golf Club for another great event!
Annual Golf Tournament
Stay tuned for the 2015 event. Shotgun start at 9 am on June 20!
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Gord Peters team wins 2014 Club golf tourney
The weather could only be described as “variable”, with everything from sunshine, to rain, to north winds, to dark clouds, and even a little sleet, but the rain mostly held off and, although it was quite cold for the first day of summer, the Cornwall Curling Club’s annual golf tourney at Countryview Golf Club went off without a hitch.
The big hit of the day was Countryview’s beautiful new clubhouse (we’ll see more of it later):
We got our scorecards and event rules (9 hole scramble, with special rule on number 9 – use 9 irons only until green) and headed out onto the course.
Here’s Jim Orr hitting a long drive, straight as an arrow down the fairway (sure looks like a contender for the men’s long drive prize!):
On the way by, we took a peek at the new powercart garage, put up this week (there’s a couple more big doors, not in the picture)
After we completed our nine holes, everyone headed back to the clubhouse for a drink or two, and a burger and sausage on a bun.
Most stayed inside, but a few hardy soles braved the outdoor deck.
Everyone listened intently as Bob Fowler and Rick Doiron got ready to announce the winners. Bob started out by thanking everyone for attending, Countryview for hosting, and the many sponsors for donating prizes, including: Countyview Golf , Clyde River Golf, Rustico Resort Golf, Prebilt Steel, Traction Heavy Duty Parts, Island Storm basketball team, Kenmac Energy, Eastern Auto Supply, KFC, the Cornwall Curling Club, and YoungCo Manufacturing.
By the way, the new clubhouse is nice and bright, but the sun came out at the wrong time, so the pictures of the winners have too much light in places.
The men’s Closest to the Pin winner was Paul Durant:
The men’s Long Drive honours did, as predicted, go to Jim Orr:
The women’s Long Drive prize went to Krista Affleck:
As was the case last year, no female player was able to hit the green for the Closest to the Pin contest, so a draw was made, with Tracy MacDonald taking home the prize.
The prize for most “Honest” golfers went to the team of Tom Dunn, Val MacLean, and Lee Nickerson, who had a quite respectable score of 40.
Finally it was time to announce the winning team, who had a score of 33, four strokes ahead of the second place team (Len Gotell). The winners were the three person team of Gordon Peters, Dan Hughes, and Karen Fisher.
Photo (L-R): Dan Hughes Karen Fisher, Gordon Peters
The day wrapped up with drawing for the remaining prizes on the prize table. As usual, very few went home empty-handed.
Thanks to all the organizers, sponsors, Countryview management and staff, and participants for another great event.
On the way out, I snapped a few pictures of the decks and the amazing locker room downstairs, which features huge 32? lockers, and an automatically opening door to get your stuff outside, and a card access entry with 24/7 access to get your gear and pullcart back in (BTW, Danny Young and YoungCo made the fancy fasteners on the locker doors).
If you missed the tourney and would like to take a look at Countryview’s new digs, they’re having an open house, in honour of 15 years of business, on Wednesday June 25th from 6 – 9 pm, with free munchies, live entertainment, and special drink and green fee prices!
Great weather, great times at 2013 Club golf tourney
The weather couldn’t have been better for this year’s Club golf tournament at beautiful Countryview Golf Club with sunny skies, light winds, and temperatures in the mid-20?s. Approximately 60 golfers hit the links at 10 am in our first-ever “shotgun” start (although it sounded more like a horn to me!).
Here’s the Bill Hope
rink foursome finishing play on the 9th hole. A “best ball” format was used for the other holes, but this one had special rules – only a 9 iron could be used until the green, with players alternating shots.
Meanwhile, on the clubhouse deck, Valerie Acorn was cooking up delicious burgers and hot dogs on the ‘cue, and Karen Currie from Countryview was cutting up the dessert.
After the meal, organizers Bob Fowler and Rick Doiron filled the table with great prizes, courtesy of the many event sponsors, including Countryview, KFC, Prebilt Steel, Traction Heavy Duty Parts, and Eastern Auto Supply, and started to hand out the prizes.
They didn’t have to go too far to hand out the first prize, as the men’s Longest Drive honours went to “Boston” Rick!
Gord Peters won the men’s Closest to the Pin honours:
Lisa Arsenault won the women’s Longest Drive, while no woman managed to hit the green and capture the Closest to the Pin prize, so a draw was made, and Sue Doiron (who actually put her shot in the water) was awarded the prize.
Photo: Sue Doiron
Remember the 9 iron 9th hole that we talked about earlier? Well, Rick’s team somehow managed to par it, and got a special prize:
Photo (L-R): Helen Smith, Tracy MacDonald, Sue Doiron, Rick Doiron
Only one prize remained, for the winning team. This year’s winners, with a score of 35, were the foursome of Carl Currie, Valerie Acorn, Carlene Peters, and Ankur Deshpande.
Photo: Ankur Deshpande, Valerie Acorn, Carl Currie, organizer Bob Fowler. Missing from photo: Carlene Peters
Following the awards to the winners, the rest of the prizes were drawn for, with very few people going home empty handed! Bob, who has been organizing the event for many years, thanked everybody for attending, and extended an invitation to anyone who would like to run it next year. He thanked the Curries and Countryview for again hosting the event, thanked the sponsors, and everyone who helped out, and hoped to see everyone back on the ice at the curling club in mid-October. Incoming curling club president Paul Neima thanked Bob and the organizers for another great event! Have a great summer everyone!
Here are photos from the event.
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2013 Tournament Draw (revised)
The current forecast for Saturday June 22 is sunny and 21 degrees, so things are shaping up perfectly for our annual 9-hole, best ball tourney at beautiful Countryview Golf Course, route 19 in Fairview.
There have been some draw changes, so please take note of this revised version. Please note: for the first time, we are using a “shotgun start”, with all foursomes teeing off at 10 am. All golfers are requested to be at Countryview by 9:30 to ensure time to make your way to your respective tee boxes.
We remind you again that, should you require a power card, call Countryview now and reserve, as there is another tournament that day and there could be a shortage.
There will be a longest drive for men and women, plus a closest to the pin for men and women. Last year we had the ninth hole that players could only use a 7 iron, this year we are going to draw for which hole that will happen and what iron will be used. All the holes from 1 to 9 and irons from 5 to 9 will be put in a hat and drawn out before we tee off to see which iron will be used and what hole it will be used on.
There will be a BBQ after with hot dogs, hamburgers and dessert, plus lots of prizes!
CORNWALL CURLING CLUB TEAM DRAW-JUNE 22
TEAM 1- HOLE 5A- RICK DOIRON, SUE DOIRON, HELEN SMITH, TRACY MACDONALD
TEAM 2 – HOLE 5B- TED VAN LUNEN, KAREN VAN LUNEN, RICK KIDD, PAM KIDD
TEAM 3- HOLE 6- CARL CURRIE, CARLENE PETERS,VALERIE ACORN, JEFF TAYLOR
TEAM 4- HOLE 7A – PAUL NEIMA, CATHY HANDREN, TRENT HAYES, LISA ARSENAULT
TEAM 5- HOLE7B- WADE CUDMORE, TBA, BERNIE FIELDS, NUCKER RICHARDS
TEAM 6- HOLE 8- ALAN ACORN, SHARON KING, REBECCA ROLFE, LEONARD GOTELL
TEAM 7 – HOLE 4A- GORDIE PETERS, PAULA LING, JOHN DE LUCA, KRISTA AFFLECK
TEAM 8-HOLE 4B- BARRY CRASWELL, ANKUR DESHPANDE, JOHN BERRY, EILEEN BLANCHARD
TEAM 9- HOLE 9A- DAN HUGHES, KAREN FISHER, GEORGE YOUNKER, ELAINE HUGHES
TEAM 10- HOLE 9B- PAUL DURANT, PAT MCCARDLE, LESTER CALLBECK, CAROL SWEETAPPLE
TEAM 11 – HOLE 1A- PAUL FIELD, CHICK MORRISON, TOM DUNN, LOUISE MORRISON
TEAM 12- HOLE 1B- BOB FOWLER, KIM GLYDON, DEREK GALLANT, JEAN ANDERSON
TEAM 13- HOLE 2 – BILL HOPE, SANDY HOPE, ARLEEN HARRIS, VERN CHOWAN
TEAM 14- HOLE 3A- LEW BLACK, VINCE FISHER, KIMBALL BLANCHARD, MARY PLAMONDON
TEAM 15- HOLE 3B- SHIRLEY BERRY, DEREK MACEWEN, SHELLEY EBBETT, DONALD WEEKS
Gord Peters foursome wins rain-soaked 2012 Club golf tourney
The forecast called for 60% possibility of showers, but by noon, it was apparent that the showers had turned into full-fledged rain, as around 50 Cornwall Curling Club members and friends made their way around the front nine of the Countryview Golf Course for their annual 9-hole, best ball, golf tournament. Those lucky enough to get an early tee-time emerged a little dryer than those who drew a later start, such as the Danny Kneabone foursome, pictured here heading to the 9th green:
Meanwhile back at the clubhouse, Golf course owner Carl Currie, under cover of the deck roof, was cooking up burgers and hot dogs for the hungry masses, closely supervised by his son Kris, along with Bob MacWilliams and Paul Neima.
Others stayed warm and dry inside the clubhouse:
Still others braved the covered part of the outdoor deck, and enjoyed a new Beach Chair Lager or two:
Finally, everyone arrived back at the clubhouse, finished their burgers, dogs, and cake, and the crowds assembled for the prize presentations:
Organizers Karen Currie from Countryview, and Bob Fowler, got ready to hand out a huge table-full of prizes, from generous sponsors including Countryview, Kenmac Energy, Traction Heavy Duty Parts, Prebilt Steel, and KFC.
This year’s winners were the Gord Peters foursome, which included Dan Hughes (Elaine’s husband), Lynda Turnbull, and Derek MacEwen.
Photo (L-R): Peters, MacEwen, Turnbull, Hughes
There was a new wrinkle in the best ball format this year, on the 9th hole, where playing order was chosen at random, with each player in turn hitting the same ball to the green using a seven iron, and then using a putter on the green. Some teams pulled it off in six or so, but one team, playing in heavy rain, as we saw pictured earlier, took nine strokes to do it, winning prizes for “nine on nine”:
Photo: “Nine on Nine” winners.
“Closest to the pin” winners were Darlene Kneabone, Kris Currie, and Rick Doiron:
Photo: Darlene Kneabone
Photo: Kris Currie (with mom looking on)
Photo: Rick Doiron
Long drive winners were frequent women’s winner Brenda Campbell, and Dave Hunt who won the “longest men’s drive for a person whose last name is not Currie” category, after Kris and Carl, who were first and second, opted out of the prizes.
Photo: Brenda Campbell
Photo: Dave Hunt
Following the awarding of the main prizes, a large number of door prizes were handed out, with just about everyone in attendance going home with a prize or two.
Click here for our complete photo album from the event.
Thanks again for another great event, thanks to the sponsors (mentioned previously), to Carl, Karen and Kris from beautiful Countryview Golf Course, who have been hosting this event for 13 years, and to Bob and the other organizers. See you back on the curling ice in the fall!
Here are the tee times for Saturday’s golf tournament at Countryview Golf Club, route 19 in Fairview. The weather forecast for Saturday is perfect for golfing – sun/cloud and 19 degrees. We are still taking entries if you would like to join in the fun of this best ball tournament. Contact Karen at the Countryview Pro Shop (email@example.com or 675-2800) if you would like to participate.
Prize presentation and barbeque will follow the golf. See you there!
11:00am Tom Dunn, Danielle Girard, Helen Smith, Dave Hunt
11:05am Lester Callbeck, Merril Cronin, Allison Talbot, Eric LeBlanc
11:10am Carl Currie, Barb Arsenault, Bill Talbot, Paul Neima
11:15am Bill Hope, Lew Black, Elaine Hughes, Ray Biage
11:20am Jamie Ballem, Sandy Hope, Jean Anderson, Bernie Field
11:25am Gord Peters, Derek MacEwen, Lynda Turnbull, Dan Hughes
11:30am Kris Currie, Tony Turnbull, Pat MacArdle, Bob MacWilliams
11:35am Donald Weeks, Arleen Harris, Rob Young, Carol Sweetapple
11:40am Paul Daurant, Sherri Boutiler, Darlene Kneabone, Vern Chowan
11:45am Danny Young, Sue Doiron, Len Gotell, Rebecca Rolfe
11:50am Rick Doiron, Tracy MacDonald, Angus Davies, Brenda Campbell
11:55am Danny Kneabone, Carlene Peters, George Younker, Shelley Ebbett
12:00pm Bob Fowler, Kevin Arsenault, Paula Ling, Merrill Simpson
Cornwall Curling Club
Countryview Golf Club
This is a reminder that the annual Club golf tournament will be held at Countryview Golf Club on Saturday, June 9th starting at 11:00am.
To sign up for a fun day full of friendly competition, contact Bob Fowler at 675-4333 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or leave your name with Carl at Countryview.
Entry fee includes 9 holes of golf, a BBQ and prizes!
It turned out to be a perfect day for golf on Saturday, with a combination of sun and cloud, and enough wind to keep the bugs away, as 45 members of the Cornwall Curling Club took part in their annual golf tournament at beautiful Countryview Golf Course.
Click to visit our photo gallery from this event.
Photo: lining up a shot on the final hole
The golfers also had a tenth “hole” this year, with each player getting four chances at “washer toss” with each successful toss resulting in a reduction in the teams score.
Photo: Rob Young tossing washer
Teams then hit the deck to discuss their best shots over a drink (or two):
Photo: Deck time
Meanwhile, Karen and Mark were busy at the barbecue, cooking up burgers and sausages on a bun (with cake for dessert)
Photo: Karen and Mark on the Q
Following the food, it was time to hand out the prizes, donated by our generous sponsors, including Countryview Golf Course, Traction Heavy Duty Parts, Prebilt Steel, and Kenmac Energy. The prize for the lowest score, taking into account both golf and washer toss results, went to the three member team of Carl Currie, Karen Montgomery, and Tracy MacDonald.
Photo (L-R): Carl Currie, Karen Montgomery, Tracy MacDonald
Second place went to the team of Gord Peters, Rebecca Rolfe, Mark MacDonald, and Carol Sweetapple
Photo (L-R): Sweetapple, Rolfe, Peters, MacDonald
The third place honours went to Vince Fisher, John DeLuca, and Barb Arsenault.
Photo (L-R): Fisher, Arsenault, DeLuca
Here are the other prize winners:
Longest Drive: Kris Currie and Krista Affleck
Shortest Drive: Karen Montgomery
Closest to the Pin: Tom Dunn
Furthest from the Pin: Carl Currie
After this, organizers Kris Currie and Bob Fowler handed out door prizes to many of those in attendance:
Photo: handing out the door prizes
Thanks to everyone who attended, to the organizers and helpers, including Countryview owners Karen and Carl, along with Kris, Bob, Mark, and everyone else who helped make the event a success! We’ll see everyone back at our brand new curling club (some assembly required!) in the fall!
Here are the tee-off times for the annual Cornwall Curling Club Golf Tournament, June 18 at Countryview Golf Club. Note that there are still spots available for those still wishing to play. Please contact Bob Fowler at email@example.com or Karen Currie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
11 am: Rob Young, Krista Affleck, Ray Biage, Dan Hughes
11:06: Mitchell Ellis, Sherry Boutilier, Elaine Hughes, Derek MacEwan
11:12: Kris Currie, Lynda Turnbull, Al Acorn, Cyndi Russell
11:18: Karen Currie, Tony Turnbull, Valerie Acorn, Leonard Gotell
11:24: Gordie Peters, Rebecca Rolfe, Meaghan Wilkie, Mark MacDonald
11:30: Carl Currie, Karen Montgomery, Angus Kennedy, Tracy MacDonald
11:36: Peter MacNeill, Karen Fisher, Barry Craswell, Paul Durant
11:42: Vince Fisher, Jean Anderson, John DeLuca, Barb Arsenault
11:48: Kimball Blanchard, Mary Plamondon, Paula Ling, Vern Chowen
11:54: Tom Dunn, Elieen Blanchard, Lester Callbeck, Helen Smith
12:00: Donald Weeks, Melissa Castle, Corey Downey, Christian Gallant
12:06: Derek Gallant, Carlene Peters, Bob MacWilliams, Ernest Benoit
12:12: Bob Fowler, Ronalda Baillie, Angus Davies
It’s golf season again, and time to sign up for our annual Club Golf Tournament, June 18 at beautiful Countryview Golf Course, Route 19 in Fairview. It’s a best ball event, and golfers at all levels are welcome – players on the teams are matched as best possible to ensure that teams are even. After, there will will be burgers and sausages on the barbecue, followed by a winner’s circle with lots of prizes.
(Photo from last year)
Lots of people have signed up already, but there’s room for lots more. To sign up, or for more info, call Bob Fowler at 657-4333, Ray Biagé at 675-2540 or Karen Currie at the golf course at 675-2800.
Gord Peters foursome wins annual golf tourney
The weather couldn’t have been any better again this year at the Cornwall Curling Club’s annual 9 hole best ball golf tournament at beautiful Countryview Golf Course in Fairview, with a great turnout again this year. As usual, there was some fine golfing on the course:
There was also lots of great conversation, and a drink or two, on the deck:
There were two barbecues in action, as Kimball (pictured), Bob, Carole, and others cooked the burgers and sausages to perfection:
Finally, all the teams had finished their rounds, and it was time to hand out the hardware. Roy Coffin picked up a prize for closest to the line (he was ON it), and for the long drive on hole number 6 (open to men and women).
Photo: Roy Coffin
Linda Fairhurst was also a double winner, capturing both closest to the pin and longest drive honours for the women.
Gord Peters was the closest to the pin on the men’s side, while Leigh Carragher had the longest drive.
The team of (right to left) Neil Smith, Marg Stewart, Eileen Blanchard, and Rupert Sweetapple won the coveted award for the “Most Determined” team. There were actually three teams tied for the highest score, and the Smith team were the lucky winners of the random draw.
The winning team of the day was the foursome of Gord Peters, Melody Beck, Matt Thomson, and Mike Lafontaine:
Photo (L-R) Lafontaine, Peters, Beck, Thomson
Team door prizes were handed out, with team names drawn from a hat. Click to visit the event photo album to see the team pics.
Thanks to the organizers, including Bob Fowler, Rick Doiron, and Carl and Karen Currie from Countryview, and to the prize sponsors, including Countryview Golf Course, Kenmac Energy, Prebilt Steel, Traction Heavy Duty Parts, and Innovation PEI.
Here is the Cornwall Curling Club golf tournament draw for Saturday, June 19th at Countryview Golf Club, route 19 in Fairview.
Golfers should arrive at least 20 minutes prior to their tee time, and are invited to take advantage of the complimentary driving range balls. Registration fee is $27 ($10 for Countryview members).
10:30 – Neil Smith, Eileen Blanchard, Marg Stewart, Rupert Sweetapple
10:40 – Peter MacNeil, Bernie Field, Helen Smith, Kimball Blanchard
10:50 – Jack Fairhurst, Paula Ling, Carolyn Ross, Roy Coffin
11:00 – Linda Fairhurst, Mary Plamondon, John Deluca, Tom Dunn
11:10 – Dean Fairhurst, Vern Chowan, Lynda Turnbull, Krista Affleck
11:20 – Paul Durant, Derek MacEwen, Darlene Kneabone, Paul Neima
11:30 – Rick Doiron, Nucker Richards, Rebecca Rolfe, Valerie Acorn
11:40 – Mark MacDonald, Sue Doiron, Allan Acorn, Sherri Boutilier
11:50 – Leigh Carragher, Barb Duncan- Biagé, Donald Weeks, Barb Arsenault
12:00 – Carl Currie, Carol Carragher, Derek Gallant, Jeff Taylor
12:10 – Rob Young, Ray Biagé, Carolyn MacPhail, Gordon Matthews
12:20 – Gordon Peters, Melody Beck, Matt Thomson, Mike LaFontaine
12:30 – Leonard Gotell, Tracy MacDonald, Angus Davies, Jean Anderson
12:40 – Glen Thomson, Donna Beer-Green, Connor Graves, Greg Groves
12:50 – Thane Thomson, Carlene Peters, Tony Turnbull, Lew Black
It was a hot day as the combattants hit the links for the Cornwall Curling Club’s 2009 annual golf tournament at the Countryview Golf Course. As part of Countryview’s tenth anniversary celebrations, course owners Carl and Karen Currie had just opened two new holes, turning the best-ball tourney into an 11 hole event.
Here’s a couple of shots of some of the teams finishing up:
While the last teams were still out on the course, the early-finishers kept to the shady part of the deck, and kept hydrated with copious quantities of liquids.
Photo: shady characters
Meanwhile, Karen Currie grilled up burgers and dogs to feed the hungry golfers.
Photo: Karen on the ‘cue
Finally, the last teams finished play, and it was time for the awards ceremony.
It turned out that the last team on the course, a three-person team consisting of Bob Fowler, Bev (Nucker) Richards, and Dan MacRae (who seemed to know his way around the course) emerged the winners, with an amazing three under par. Organizer Rick Doiron was determined not to give the trophy to any team containing Bob Fowler, and presented them each with a golf ball instead.
Photo: Bob Fowler, Bev (Nucker) Richards, Dan MacRae holding golf balls
Finally, he relented, and brought out the trophy.
Photo: Bob Fowler, Bev (Nucker) Richards, Dan MacRae with trophy
Other winners included:
Closest to pin number 8 (women) – Tracy MacDonald
Closest to pin number 8 (men) – Dick St.John
Closest to pin on new par 3 – Bob Fowler
Closest to the line – Bob Tucker
Ladies Long Drive – Krista Affleck
Men’s long drive – Rob Young
The last prize presented was for the “most determined” team, which included Paul Arsenault and Mary Plamondon.
Photo: Paul Arsenault, organizer Rick Doiron, Mary Plamondon
After the awards, door prizes were drawn for those present. As usual, very few, if any, went home empty-handed.
The great weather resulted in one of the largest turnouts ever, around 60 participants. Incoming curling club president John DeLuca was on hand to thank the golfers, and the organizers, including Bob Fowler, Rick Doiron, Carol Sweetapple, Ray Biage, and Karen and Carl Currie, and said that he hoped to see everyone back at the Cornwall Curling Club in October.
2009 Golf Tourney set for June 27
Here are the tee-times for Saturday’s Cornwall Curling Club Annual Golf Tournament at Countryview Golf Course, Route 19 in Fairview.
Golfers are asked to arrive 30 minutes before their assigned time. The event goes rain or shine, as we have a lot of hot dogs and hamburgers to eat!
We have room for a few more entries. If you want to be added (or subtracted!), get in touch with Bob Fowler, or email Ray Biagé at email@example.com.
11:00 AM: KAREN CURRIE, LEONARD GOTELL,TRACY MACDONALD,RAY BIAGE
11:07 AM: GORDON PETERS, MELODY BECK, BOB MACWILLIAMS, BARB DUNCAN-BIAGE
11:14 AM: TOM DUNN, LYNDA TURNBULL, ANGUS DAVIES, PAUL NEIMA
11:21 AM: JACK FAIRHURST, TONY TURNBULL, DONNA GREEN, BRAD GARDINER
11:28 AM: PAUL DURANT, DEREK MACEWEN, LINDA FAIRHURST, VERNON CHOWAN
11:35 AM: ROB YOUNG, SHERRI BOUTILIER, DEAN FAIRHURST, CAROLYN ROSS
11:42 AM: LESTER CALLBECK, DICK ST. JOHN, DEREK GALLANT, KAREN FISHER
11:49 AM: RICK DOIRON, SUE DOIRON, CAROL SWEETAPPLE, VINCE FISHER
11:56 AM: DICK MACDONALD, HELEN ARSENAULT, GREG ST. JOHN, KRISTA AFFLECK
12:03 PM: PAUL ARSENAULT, MARIE MACDONALD, FRANK LEGAULT, VIRGINIA MACDONALD
12:10 PM: CARL CURRIE, REBECCA ROLFE, JOHN DELUCA, NEIL SMITH
12:17 PM: KIMBALL BLANCHARD, BOB TUCKER, LEW BLACK, MABEL ENGLAND
12:24 PM: BILL BROWN, EILEEN BLANCHARD, WINSTON TAYLOR, HELEN SMITH
12:31 PM: PETER MACNEIL, DOROTHY TAYLOR, DONALD WEEKS
12:38 PM: BOB FOWLER, MARY PLAMONDON, BEV (NUCKER) RICHARD
Golf tourney – now with more holes!
Posted Monday, June 8, 2009 by derekm
Word is that this year’s golf tournament (June 27th at Countryview) will now be an eleven hole event, as the golf club will be opening two new holes next week, and they’ll be part of the deal. If you haven’t signed up, give Ray Biagé a call at 675-2540 to get in on this fun event. Cost is only $25.
Golf tourney reminder
Posted Tuesday, June 2, 2009 by derekm
June 27 is the date for our annual Club golf tournament at Countryview Golf Course, route 19 in Fairview. Cost to participate is only $25.
This is a nine hole best ball event, which means that you don’t have to have much (any) experience in order to participate. If you are less experienced, you will be put on a team with more experienced players. Following the golf, there will be a barbecue on the clubhouse deck, and a winners circle with prizes for lowest score, longest drive, closest to the pin, most “determined” team, etc., along with lots of door prizes (I don’t think anyone went home empty-handed last year).
Putting Contest Decides 2008 Golf Tourney
It was a cool, windy and drizzly day, but the real rain stayed away for the 2008 Cornwall Curling Club golf tournament at beautiful Countryview Golf Course. There were a few no-shows due to the weather, so organizer Bob Fowler divided the event into two divisions – one for three member teams, and one for four-person teams.
While the final teams were on the course, the teams from the earlier rounds discussed their play back at the clubhouse.
Photo: Warm and dry
Outside, Karen Currie (missing from photo while she went to the kitchen for more burgers), Ray Biagé, and Valerie Acorn cooked up a delicious burger, hot dog, salad and brownies meal to feed the hungry multitudes.
Photo: Ray and Valerie on the Q
On the course, the last two teams were wrapping up:
Photo: Looking good!
Photo: Job done!
Photo: No birdie for Bob!
Photo: Good game!
Oh no! Looks like we’ve got a tie between the four-member Kentucky Fried Chickens, and a three-member team, anchored by course-owner Carl Currie.
Bob decides to engage the two teams in a putting contest. A four-hole course is mapped out on the practice green, and the two teams play off for the coveted trophy.
Rick and Tracy from the Chickens think they have it aced, as they line up Tracy’s shot:
Photo: Rick and Tracy looking for an ace
Photo: Carl looks on as Tracy just misses the mark
Head Chicken Angus Davies also misses a close one to give the lead to the other team:
Photo: No cigar!
When it was all over, the hardware went to the three-person team of Marie MacDonald, Carl Currie, and Rupert Sweetapple.
Photo L-R: Organizer Bob Fowler, Marie MacDonald, Carl Currie, Rupert Sweetapple
The Kentucky Fried Chickens had to settle for second:
Photo L-R: Jean Anderson, Angus Davies, Tracy MacDonald, Rick Doiron
The prize for the team with the “most dedication” went to Chick Morrison, Greg St. John, and Daphne Crosby. Longest drive went to Gary Crosby (men) and Karen Currie (women) . Valerie Acorn took the honours for “closest to the line” (new event this year) on hole number one. Closest to the pin for the men was Donald Weeks, while no-one was able to hit the green to take the honours for the women.
Following the distribution of the main prizes, a large number of door prizes were drawn for.
Thanks to the many organizers, including Bob Fowler, Carl and Karen Currie from Countryview, Allan and Valerie Acorn, Ray Biagé and Barb Duncan-Biagé, and Rick Doiron for another successful Golf Tournament!
Have a good summer everyone, and we’ll see everyone back at both Countryview Golf Course and the Cornwall Curling Club for the Golf and Curling Transition Spiel in mid-October!
Posted Wednesday, June 11, 2008 by derekm:
This is a reminder that the the Cornwall Curling Club’s annual golf tournament takes place this Saturday, June 14th 2008 at Countryview Golf Course, Route 19 in Fairview.
This is a 4 person scramble (will be modified if there are only 3 players on a team). As well there will be prizes for closest to the line, closest to pins, long drives and door prizes. A barbecue will follow after. Registration is just $27.00, and includes golf, range balls, the meal winner’s circle.
If you can’t make it, give Bob Fowler a call at 675-4333, or call Carl or Karen Currie at Countryview Golf Course (675-2800/675-2563)
Here are the tee-off times:
CORNWALL CURLING CLUB
4 PERSON SCRAMBLE DRAW
SATURDAY, JUNE 14 – 11 AM
*Please arrive 30 minutes prior to teetime for registration*
11:00 – Karen Currie, Derek MacEwen, Valerie Acorn, Paul Neima
11:10 – Hank Kamphuis, Donna Green, Ray Biage, Gordon Peters
11:20 – Rob Young, Rebecca Wolfe, Colleen Soltermann, Brad Gardiner
11:30 – Tom Dunn, Barb Duncan-Biage, Cyndi Russell, Neil Smith
11:40 – Vern Chowan, Carlene Peters, Derek Gallant, Bob MacWilliams
11:50 – Lester Callbeck, Shirley Lank, Dick MacDonald, Allan Smith
12:00 – Carl Currie, Marie MacDonald, Rupert Sweetapple, Gordie Lank
12:10 – Gary Crosby, Melody Beck, Bob Tucker, Carol Sweetapple
12:20 – Terry MacCormac, Bill Arsenault, Cyndie MacCormac, Mary Plamondon
12:30 – Daphne Crosby, Chick Morrison, Greg St. John, Bob Hawkins
12:40 – Rick Doiron, Tracy MacDonald, Angus Davies, Jean Anderson
12:50 – Donald Weeks, Paul Durant, David Murphy, Dick St. John
1:00 – Bob Fowler, Paulette Richard, Jack Stewart, Dottie Dennis
Here’s a report from the 2007 event:
The weather could not have been better for the 2007 Cornwall Curling Club golf tournament at the Countryview Golf Course in Fairview, with 31 curlers participating in this other Scottish sport. On the course, there was the usual search for lost balls:
Photo: searching for the ball on the final hole
We’re not sure what this team was up to, as normally, only one person putts at a time!
Photo: Double Putters
While the final teams were putting-out, the organizers were preparing a feast of hamburgers, potato salad, coleslaw, and yummy chocolate brownies.
While Bob Fowler was reviewing the scorecards, the attendees soaked up the sun on the deck and enjoyed the fine food (and a drink or two).
Photo: enjoying sun, food, drink
When the scores were tallied, the three-player team of Carl Currie, Tracey Lee MacDonald, and Hank Kamphuis came up the winners, with a score of thirty-three.
Photo: Winners Carl Currie, Tracey Lee MacDonald, Hank Kamphuis, Bob Fowler
There was also a prize for the team who showed the most honesty when recording their score.
Photo: Most honest golfers Brenda Campbell, organizer Bob Fowler, Angus Davies, Tracy MacDonald. Missing from photo: Paul Neima
The prize for men’s longest drive went to big Rob Young, while the women’s went to (not so big) Tracy MacDonald.
Closest to the pin for the men went to Lester Callbeck, while new golfer Cyndi Russell took the honours for the women. All participants received a gift of tees, a ball marker and a divot tool from Countryview, and many also received door prizes, with the big prize of two golf rounds, complete with power cart, going to Eileen Leahey.
Thanks to the organizers and helpers, including Bob Fowler, Aaron Campbell, Carl and Karen Currie from Countryview Golf Course, and Ray and Barb Biagé, along with Gord Matthews of Kenmac Energy for donating some of the prizes. and all the participants. See you back at Countryview and the Cornwall Curling Club in mid-October for the annual golf and curling transition spiel!
Be sure to sign up for the Club’s annual Golf Tournament, June 16th at Countryview Golf Course. A $10 deposit at the bar reserves your spot in this nine-hole Texas Scramble/best ball event, which lets everyone, regardless of golfing skill, participate and have fun. There will be a barbecue and the Winner’s Circle at Countryview following the event. As well as lowest score, there will be prizes for men’s and women’s longest drive and closest to the pin, and lots of other prizes, too.
For more information, or to sign up after the curling club closes, get in touch with Carl Currie at 675-2563, Ray Biagé at 675-2540, Rick Doiron at 566-3510, Aaron Campbell at 368-7424, or Bob Fowler at 675-4333.
Here’s a report from last year’s event:
Two teams finished tied for the lead at two under par in the Cornwall Curling Club’s 2006 9 hole best-ball golf tournament held Saturday at the Countryview Golf Course. While participants feasted on barbecued burgers and hotdogs, scores were compared using the retrogression system, and the three-player team of Mark MacDonald, Wayne Cunneyworth and Kathy Thompson emerged the winners.
Photo: Wayne Cunneyworth, Kathy Thompson. Missing: Mark MacDonald
Second place honours went to the team of Tom Dunn, Tracey Lee MacDonald, Lawrence Walus, and Cyndie Cunneyworth.
Photo: Tracey Lee MacDonald, Lawrence Walus, Cyndie Cunneyworth. Missing: Tom Dunn
The prizes for the longest drives at the designated holes went to Rick Doiron and Karen Currie, while closest to the pin honours went to Gordon Peters and Paulette Richard.
Thanks to the many organizers, including Bob Fowler, Rick Doiron, Carl and Karen Currie from Countryview, Ray Biagé, Aaron Campbell, and barbecuer Valerie Acorn for another successful golf tournament. Thanks to those who donated prizes, including Countryview Golf Course and Kenmac Energy.
Photo: Tom Dunn tees off
Photo: Organizers Bob Fowler, Aaron Campbell, Karen Currie
Here is the draw for the annual Cornwall Curling Club Golf Tournament, set for June 17th at Countryview Golf Course, Route 19, Fairview. Entry fee is $25.
This is nine-hole best-ball tournament, along with skills contest, and a winner’s circle and barbecue. Both beginning and experienced golfers are welcome – the best-ball format makes it fun for everyone.
For more info or to signup after the Club closes, contact Carl Currie at 675-2563, Ray Biagé at 675-2540, Rick Doiron at 566-3510, Aaron Campbell at 368-7424, or Bob Fowler at 368-4297.
ALL GOLFERS are required to sign in 30 minutes prior to the assigned tee times. First tee-off is around 11 am.
Info from previous events:
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Despite a couple of light showers, it turned out to be a great day for the Cornwall Curling Club’s annual golf tournament at the Countryview Golf Course. The winning team this year consisted of organizer Rick Doiron, along with Connie Commiskey, Chad Dumville, and Bill Arsenault.
Photo: Countryview’s Karen Currie presents winning trophy to Rick Doiron, Connie Cummiskey, and Chad Dumville. Missing from photo is Bill Arsenault
Brenda Campbell won the ladies closest to the pin prize, while Tracy MacDonald won the award for the women’s longest drive, proving that smaller golfers can hit the ball a long way!
Chick Morrison won the men’s closest to the pin prize, while Rob Young or Derek Gallant (they were both on the same team, and both claimed the title) won the men’s longest drive.
Besides “regular” golf, there was a “whiffle ball” pitching competition, where golfers had to pitch a practice golf ball into hula hoops.
Photo: Cyndie Cunneyworth and Chick Morrison on the “whiffle ball” course.
Winners of the pitching event were Susan Doiron, Kimball Blanchard, Ensor McNeill, and Dorothy Taylor.
Photo: Susan Doiron, Ensor McNeill, Dorothy Taylor. Missing: Kimball Blanchard
Other activities included an impromptu game of volleyball (prizes were not awarded), and eating hamburgers and hotdogs while relaxing on Countryview’s newly expanded deck:
Thanks to the many event organizers, including Rick and Susan Doiron, Master of Ceremonies Bob Fowler, Master Barbecuer Aaron Campbell, and Carl and Karen Currie from Countryview Golf!
Don’t forget our next event, which includes golf at Countryview, and curling at the curling club, on Sunday, October 17th. Have a great summer everyone!
Mark MacDonald, Jean Anderson, Kathy and Jim Reeves
Besides the best ball event, golfers took part in a chipping, and a putting competition.
John Condon, and Danny and Darlene Kneabone won the chipping contest, while the top putters were the team of Denis Dunne, Dave Murphy, Ian Barrett, and Phillip Cudmore
John Condon, and Danny and Darlene Kneabone
Denis Dunne, Dave Murphy (missing from photo: Ian Barrett, Phillip Cudmore)
Other winners were:
Ladies Long Drive: Karen Currie
Men’s Long Drive: Gary Arsenault and Danny Kneabone (tie)
Men’s Closest to the Pin: Bob Fowler
Ladies Closest to the Pin: Jean Anderson
Event Sponsor(s): Cornwall Curling Club, Countryview Golf Course
Contact: Rick Doiron 566-3510, Carl Currie 675-2563
Start Date: June 14 2008 End Date: June 14, 2008