Tournament a success

  • Sep. 24, 2014 6:00 p.m.

The George Brown Memorial golf tournament was held at Willows Golf course Sunday October 14. The winner of the day was Charles Dorrington from Masset. He took home the prize by shooting 3 birdies and 6 pars. Behn Cochrane was the runner up. Thank you to the Skidegate Band, Crystal Cabin Gallery, The Wired Beach and Tony O and Garner for their donations towards the tournament. The last event for the Willows this season will be the Tombstone Tournamen on Sunday, October 26. This will be a family friendly event with games and prizes. All participants who wear a costume get free entry to the tournament.   You can find Willows Golf Course online at www.WillowsGolfCourse.Com or on Facebook, www.facebook.com/willowsgolfcourse.

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