Rotary Million Dollar Hole in One in full swing at Fraserglen Golf Course.

Rotary Million Dollar Hole in One in full swing at Fraserglen Golf Course.

Finals today: Million Dollar Hole In One

FULL RESULTS UPDATED HERE: The 13th annual Rotary Club of Abbotsford Million Dollar Hole-in-One finals today at Fraserglen Golf Course

  • Jun. 1, 2013 5:00 a.m.



Golfers are waiting anxiously for today’s finals. Major prizes will be distributed including the chance to win $1 million dollars. Action starts at 10am, Fraserglen Golf Course.

The first ‘hole-in-one’ of the event was achieved by Dave Parkin, Tuesday June 4th and as at Thursday June 6th the event has seen five golfers achieve a hole in one during the week including; Grant McLellan, Rita Walker, Kyle Gerard, Dave Blanchard and Dave Parkin.

The 13th annual Rotary Club of Abbotsford‘s Million Dollar Hole-in-One fundraiser got underway last Saturday at Fraserglen Golf Course.  The event which runs until June 8th has – over it’s 12 year history – generated over $350,000. for local charities.  This year funds raised will go toward the Abbotsford Hospice – Holmberg House residential hospice and other Rotary community projects.

During the opening ceremonies, philanthropist Dave Holmberg announced that if the fundraising event reached $25,000, he would match anything beyond that amount.

For photos of the event and more about Rotary check out their Facebook page. Find out more about the Rotary Million Dollar Hole In One.

How to get to Fraserglen Golf Course – Directions.

Live results hosted here:

Winners list for Saturday, June 8, 2013

1st Place                      Derek Currie

2nd Place                     Brian Threlfall

3rd Place                      Rick Barkwell

4th Place                      David Yaromich

5th Place                      Bradie Rogers

6th Place                      Andy Davies

7th Place                      Greg Buck

5 WINNERS OF A FREE PASS INTO THE

SUNDAY JUNE 9TH QUARTER-FINALS

Brian Stieb

Alan Champion

Sandy Watson

Tyler Coburn

Bryan Freeland

Winners list for JUNIORS on Saturday June 8, 2013

1st Place                      Sean Watt

2nd Place                     Preston Barkwell

3rd Place                      Matthew Guidon

4th Place                      Curtis Leitner

5th Place                      Dane Champion

6th Place                      Raymond Kobes

7th Place                      Alyssa Champion

Winners list for Friday, June 7, 2013

Not currently available

Winners list for Thursday, June 6, 2013

1st Place                      Grant McLellan   ACE

2nd Place                     Rita Walker       ACE

3rd Place                     Kyle Gerard        ACE

4th Place                      Dave Parkin

5th Place                      Bryan Payne

6th Place                      Greg Buck

7th Place                      Brian Threlfall

5 WINNERS OF A FREE PASS INTO THE

SUNDAY JUNE 9TH QUARTER-FINALS

Jim Watt

Dave Dimen

Steve Yip

Jeff Payne

Jim Beale

Winners list for Wednesday, June 5, 2013

1st Place                      Dave Blanchard     ACE

2nd Place                     Brian Threlfall

3rd Place                     Garry Dickinson

4th Place                      Brock Ritchie

5th Place                      Jim Watt

6th Place                      Brent Wiebe

7th Place                      Jim Stewart

5 WINNERS OF A FREE PASS INTO THE

SUNDAY JUNE 9TH QUARTER-FINALS

Bob Stacey

Kevin Clare

Dave Diamond

Karen McLean

Chris Clarke

Winners list (Ladies Only Results) for Tuesday June 4, 2013

1st Place            Karen McLean

2nd Place           Amanda Blanchard

3rd Place            Brenda Giesbrecht

4th Place            Carol Janzen

5th Place            Sandy Watson

6th Place            Jean Robertson

7th Place            Michelle Holmberg

8th Place            Sara Lawson

9th Place            Pat Freeman

10th Place           Maggie Fawcett

 

Winners list for Tuesday, June 4, 2013

1st Place             Dave Parkin             ACE

2nd Place Les Barkman

3rd Place Bob Wicks

4th Place             Dave Holmberg

5th Place             Dave Blanchard

6th Place             Karen McLean

7th Place             Brian Threlfall

 

5 WINNERS OF A FREE PASS INTO THE

SUNDAY JUNE 9TH QUARTER-FINALS

Loren Humeny

Nilde West

Brian Gaudet

Katie West

Barry Turchen

 

Winners list for Monday, June 3, 2013

1st Place               Gordie Lamb

2nd Place              Brodie Williams

3rd Place               Tim Turchen

4th Place               Tyler Jensen

5th Place               Kyle Gerard

6th Place               Brock Ritchie

7th Place               Loren Humeny

5 WINNERS OF A FREE PASS INTO THE

SUNDAY JUNE 9TH QUARTER-FINALS

Derek Currie

Tim Phillips

Keith Colebank

Jim Schimnowsky

David Lordon

Winners list for Sunday, June 2, 2013

1st Place               Blair Coan

2nd Place              Dave Blanchard

3rd Place               Rick Barkwell

4th Place               Gordie Lamb

5th Place               Barry Turchen

6th Place               Brock Ritchie

7th Place               Les Barkman

5 WINNERS OF A FREE PASS INTO THE

SUNDAY JUNE 9TH QUARTER-FINALS

Magnus Olsen

Jean Robertson

Carol Freeman

Henryk Burghardt

Barry Champion

 

Winners list for Saturday, June 1, 2013

1st Place               Dave Blanchard

2nd Place              Greg Buck

3rd Place               Dave Holmberg

4th Place               Les Barkman

5th Place               Paul Sovio

6th Place               Blaine Petruck

7th Place               Andrew Hargraves

5 WINNERS OF A FREE PASS INTO THE

SUNDAY JUNE 10TH QUARTER-FINALS

Todd Chretien

Dan Denis

Andrew Nouangsouvanh

Barry Champion

Magnus Olsen

 

 

 

 

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