Redstone golfer John Ruhl was excited about the first Men’s night last week, and celebrates, a la Phil Mickleson, on this almost-made putt at Redstone Resort on Wednesday. The temperature dropped to 7C at the finish, but Redstone had a fantastic turnout for its first Men’s Night and some great scores. 0 to 11 winners: Low Gross - Jake Aiken 37; Low Net - Bill Birks from Trail 33.5; Honourable mentions to Gary Janni, Colin Gill and Gord Simmens for low gross. Honourable mention to Mason Speer for low net. 12 to 18 winners: Low Gross-Kieran Hill 40; Low Net-Colin Rintoul 31. 19-plus winners: Low Gross - Ken Turner 44; Low Net-Michelle Valade 32.5. Jeff Bruce photo.

Redstone Men’s Night Golf

Redstone Resort Golf Course announces start of Men’s and Ladies’ nights last week


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Redstone Resort Golf Course announces start of Men’s and Ladies’ nights last week

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