Ron Aymar Benefit Fund
Our friend and General Manager at Clare Golf & Country Club, Ron Aymar, is retiring due to a serious health issue ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease). We are launching a fund raising campaign to help him and his family meet the many additional expenses these changes will bring.
Team Sponsor ($400.00)
Hole Sponsor ($200.00)
Participant: You may wish to participate in the Ron Aymar Benefit Scramble. The 4-person team competition will be held at Clare Golf on Saturday, September 6, with a 12:30 PM Shot-Gun Start. The cost, including a meal, is $100.00 per person.
Donations can be made at the Clare Golf Pro Shop, at a local branch of the Caisse Populaire de Clare, on the Clare Golf Website (www.claregolf.ca), and by mail to Clare Golf (Ron Aymar Benefit), 423 P.F. Comeau Rd., Church Point RR#1, Digby Co., N.S., B0W 1M0. Checks are made payable to Clare Golf (Ron Aymar Benefit).
All funds go to the Ron Aymar Benefit Fund and will be presented to him at a special retirement party being held on Saturday, September 6, at Clare Golf & Country Club.
Ron Aymar Benefit 4-Person Scramble Golf Tournament
4 PERSON SCRAMBLE
Saturday, September 6
Shot-gun start 12:30 PM
$100.00 PER PERSON
$400.00 PER TEAM
ALL PROCEEDS GO TO RON AYMAR BENEFIT FUND
Checks payable to Clare Golf (Ron Aymar Benefit)
Applications sent to: Clare Golf (Ron Aymar Benefit),
423 P.F. Comeau Rd., RR#1 Church Point, N.S. B0W 1M0
Please register by August 20th, 2014
Thank you to everyone for supporting our annual membership lottery.
This year’s winners are:
1st Prize (2013 Golf Membership) - Eric Robichaud
2nd Prize (4 green fees and 2 golf cars) – Alex Comeau
3rd Prize (1 dozen Pro V1 golf balls) – Tom Maclean
July 28, 2010- For the first time at Clare Golf and Country Club, three Aces have been claimed during one day of play.
Starting off the day was Ed Watkins as he scored his first career ace on the 142 yard par 3 4th hole. His 8 iron shot was witnessed by Phil Doucette, Adrian Watkins, and John Watkins.
Second to strike was Clarence Maillet from 150 yards. Approaching the 17th hole with a 6 iron, he struck his first career Ace. He was witnessed by Vince Saulnier, John Csoknya, and Bryan Foy.
Two wasn’t enough as Jacques Comeau hit a Pitching Wedge on the 142 yard par 3 4th hole, celebrating his first Ace. Witnessing the feat was Claude Comeau, and Terry LeBlanc.
Congratulations Ed, Clarence, and Jacques!