Research the big winner in FCO tourney
November 6, 2009 By Greenhouse Canada
Nov. 6, 2009 – It was another rewarding summer for greenhouse research, thanks to the sponsors and participants in the 37th annual Flowers Canada (Ontario).
Nov. 6, 2009 – It was another rewarding summer for greenhouse research, thanks to the sponsors and participants in the 37th annual Flowers Canada (Ontario) – Cecil Delworth Golf Tournament held at the Niagara Parks Whirlpool Golf Course.
Some 123 players participated. Ag Energy, Enbridge Gas, Horta Craft, Jeffery’s Greenhouses, Scotiabank and Willson were banner sponsors.
Award winners included:
|Founder’s Trophy, donated by Tidy’s Flowers in honour of Nick Lye,
one of the tournament’s founding fathers, and presented to the team
with the lowest gross and a combined age of at least 200 years:
L-R: Barrie Ogilvie, Doug Smith, presenter Jim Lye, John Edgar
and Dave de Haan.
|Greenhouse Canada – Men’s Closest to the Pin: Mark Crandon
congratulates Brian Schulz..
FCO president Andy Kuyvenhoven made the following presentations.
|Most Honest Team – Velta Berzins, Inta Taurins and Juris Taurins.
|Dinghy accuracy chipping winners were introduced by Kuyvenhoven:
L-R: Rej Picard, Marielle Catillo, Sean Smyth, Sean Chiki, Jim Lye,
John Boekestyn, Jack Langelaan; missing from photo is Paul Bongers.
The winners donated their prize funds back to the Cecil Delworth
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