Hines Creek Industry Golf Tournament

Happy winners of the Hines Creek Industry Golf Tournament, left to right, Clint Ostrem, Cory Berg, Tim Berg and Sean Zavisha, winners with a score of 62. CHRIS EAKIN/FAIRVIEW POST/POSTMEDIA NETWORK

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Happy winners of the Hines Creek Industry Golf Tournament, left to right, Clint Ostrem, Cory Berg, Tim Berg and Sean Zavisha, winners with a score of 62.CHRIS EAKIN/FAIRVIEW POST/POSTMEDIA NETWORK

Gary Vick (centre) watches to see where his putt will go, as do team mates Marilyn Vick (left) and Maureen Bjornson (right) in the final hole of the Hines Creek Industry Golf Tournament, a four-ball, best ball event.CHRIS EAKIN/FAIRVIEW POST/POSTMEDIA NETWORK

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The Hines Creek Industry Golf Tournament took place July 6 at the Hines Creek Golf and Country Club, with 11 teams – 44 golfers – competing.
The weather cooperated completely, giving them lots of sunshine and light breezes for the whole day.
Organizer Blaine Hansen said he was very happy with how the event turned out, in spite of having to cut back from the originally scheduled two days to a single day event.
Golfer Gary Vick said he had a great time on the greens, everybody was very positive and he never had to wait to play through on any hole.
Unlike most tournaments that have fun prizes for all four holes, the Industry tournament only had four ancilliary prizes, two for individuals and two for teams. Larry Sundby won Men’s Long Drive, Coralie F Wone Ladies Long Drive. The prize for Most Bush Balls (39) went to the team Where’s the Beer Cart and the prize for Most Water Balls (8) went to the Prairie Coast team.
Top golfers of the day with a score of 62 was the team Spacelords, made up of Cory and Tim Berg, Clint Ostrem and Sean Zavisha.
In second place was the Bjornson Entreprises team with a score of 65 while third place went to Energetic with a score of 70, and in fourth place Zavisha Sawmills with a score of 74.
The title of Most Honest Golfers, if there had been one, for highest score of the day would have gone to Prairie Coast with an 82.
Hansen offered up a huge thank-you to all those who supported the event by showing up to play as well as all the businesses that sponsored the event in one way or another, including by donating prizes.
There were three draw prizes – one gas powered weed trimmer, one cordless electric weed trimmer and a forty ounce bottle of adult liquid refreshment – and the winners seemed quite happy to be taking them home.

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