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The Thompson Sports News Archives for 2016-07

Million Dollar Hole in One: Day 3 Results


It was close, but Gavin Fayant was only one eighth from having the first hole in one of the Million Dollar Hole in One contest. Gavin was not the only Fayant in the top ten, as a total of four members of the Fayant family made the leader board and qualified for Saturday's semi-final at the Thompson Golf Club.

 

Day 3 Leader board:

Gavin Fayant (One eighth inch)

David Platford (1 and a half inches)

Kyle Fayant (2 and a half inches)

Kevin Moore (6 and a quarter inches)

Brock Bodnarchuk (7 and one eighth inches)

Manny Brohl (10 and three quarters inches)

Kenton Fayant (11 and three quarters inches)

Mike Fayant (1 foot, 1 and five eighth inches)

Gary Caribou (1 foot, 1 and three quarter inches)

Jordie Valentino (1 foot, two inches)

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Million Dollar Hole in One: Day 2 Results


A hole in one is yet to be scored through two days of competition in the Rotary Club Million Dollar Hole in One, but there have been some close calls. Ron Dodge was the closest in Wednesday's slate of players, he was only one and a half inches away from the pin. There was some returning players to the leader board as Brad Hanke, Kenton Fayant, Derek Mymko will get an extra entry for Saturday's semi-final.

 

Full Leaderboard:

Ron Dodge (1 and 1/2 inches)

David Platford (3 inches)

Reynold Monias Jr. (3 and 1/2 inches)

Ken Salamandyk (1 foot, three quarters inch)

Terry Lamontagne (1 foot, two inches)

Derek Mymko (1 foot, 3 and 3/4 inches)

Kenton Fayant (1 foot, 5 and 3/4 inches)

Brad Hanke (1 foot, 6 and a half inches)

Andrew Daniels (1 foot, 11 and 1/4 inches)

Mike Fayant (1 foot, 11 and 3/4 inches)

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Million Dollar Hole in One: Day 1 Results


Five participants at the Rotary Club Million Dollar Hole in One were within a foot of the pin during the first day of the event. Brad Hanke led the group, only being a 1 and a quarter inches away from the hole. The top ten participants guarantee themselves to the semi-finals on Saturday. The event continues today and winners from yesterday can still compete, but you can only win once a day.

 

Full Leaderboard:

Brad Hanke (1 and 1/4 inches)

Kenton Fayant (3 inches)

Ryan Bettesworth (3 and 1/4 inches)

David Platford (6 and 3/4 inches)

Matthew Courvoisier (7 and 1/4 inches)

Brian Wilson (1 foot and 1/4 inch)

Kyle Fayant (1 foot, 7 and 3/4 inches)

Greg McKay (1 foot, 9 and 1/2 inches)

Scott Marcinyshyn (1 foot, 11 and 1/4 inches)

Derek Mymko (2 feet)

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