Tournament in Review
Westwood Plateau Head Professional Dave Zibrik (pictured on right) brought his best game forward at this year’s Flora Aasen Memorial, firing an impressive round of 65 for a one shot victory over Redwoods Professional Doug Morgan. Zibrik’s round of 8 birdies and a bogey was rewarded with a $2,000 first place cheque and 1,500 points on the CLEVELAND/SRIXON Order of Merit. Seymour Creek’s Bryn Parry continued his solid play again, firing a score of 67 for share of 3rd place in the event, good enough for 850 points and $1,100.
VGT would like to thank Pitt Meadows Golf Club and its staff for putting their golf course in wonderful condition and for their wonderful service in and around the clubhouse. It is a pleasure coming to your golf course each and every event we are a part of on our schedule!!! Further thanks must go out to the tireless work of all the Flora Aasen Committee members who continue to raise serious funds for the Alzheimer’s Society of BC. Congratulations to all of you for doing such great work for the Charity the past 11 years, raising over $360,000 to fund research, support, education and advocacy services for the Charity!
CLEVELAND/SRIXON ORDER OF MERIT
With his steady play at the Flora Aasen, Bryn Parry has vaulted himself 5,400 points ahead of his next competitor Phil Jonas and with him locking up his 1st Place standing on the CLEVELAND/SRIXON ORDER OF MERIT thru the Vancouver Open, he will be awarded a FREE ENTRY to the 2010 PGA TOUR QUALIFYING SCHOOL valued at $5,000 U.S. All of us at VGT want to wish Bryn a very successful campaign down at the PGA Tour Qualifying School this year!