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Two industry golf events, two holes-in-one

Golfers at the annual SPE Ontario and CAMM annual tournaments shot aces.


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June 9, 2017 by Canadian Plastics

If, as the saying goes, a bad day on the golf course still beats a good day in the office, then a great day on the golf course beats just about anything.

Two participants in two different plastics industry golf tournaments in Ontario got tastes of just how great it can be – not to mention how profitable – by shooting holes-in-one.

Terry Randell, second from left, celebrates his ace with the other members of his foursome.

At the 51st annual golf tournament of the Ontario chapter of the Society of Plastics Engineers, held on June 2 at Piper’s Heath Golf Club in Milton, Ont., Terry Randell shot an ace on the eighth hole. “The eighth is a 140-yard, par 3 with the pin on the left side of the green,” said Vijay Kudchadkar, SPE Ontario’s golf coordinator. “There’s a water hazard in between the tee blocks and the green. It was a tough shot.” Randell won a cash prize of $1,600 for the achievement.

Jason Greening retrieves his ace.

Two days later, at the 31st annual Canadian Association of Mold Makers golf tournament, held on June 4 at Fox Glen Golf Club in McGregor, Ont., Jason Greening, a project manager with Jesse Garant Tetrology Center, North America, sank his own hole-in-one, also on the eighth hole. Greening picked up a $5,000 cheque for the ace, plus an additional $500 for being closest to the pin.

Greening receives his award.


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