The Annual NVC Golf Tournament took place on August 19th at Foster Golf Links with 72 players having a friendly competition between three flights of golfers, Flight 1 Men’s (Handicap less than 19), Flight 2 Men’s (Handicap 19 and above) and Women’s Flight. Great weather, and arguably, great golf was experienced by all. Once again, whatever the results were on the course was only enhanced by the awards dinner that followed the golf.
Terry Takeuchi and Steve Louie once again provided their culinary service to the NVC golfers. The steak dinners were deliciously prepared and provided a most welcoming touch for golfers returning to the NVC Clubhouse.
Here are the results, with the net scores:
First Place – Nancy Fukahara (63)
Second Place – Janine Chin (65)
Third Place – MJ Mitoma (65)
Fourth Place – Chikako Gaboury (68)
Fifth Place – Beth Kawahara (68)
Men's First Flight (Handicaps less than 19):
First Place – Bryon Tokunaga (61)
Second Place – Dale Anzai (62)
Third Place – Alan Fukuyama (63)
Fourth Place – Dale Kaku (63)
Fifth Place – Bruce Kaneshiro (64)
Men's Second Flight (Handicaps 19 and above):
First Place – Ross Yokoyama (61)
Second Place – Dale Watanabe (62)
Third Place – Harry Nishimoto (63)
Fourth Place – Don Shimono (65)
Fifth Place – Tim Iwasaki (65)
NVC Perpetual Trophy:
This year’s coveted trophy went to Dale Kaku for shooting the lowest NVC Veteran round.
Closest to the pin awards for hole #9:
1st Flight -- Russ Akiyama
2nd Flight – Tim Iwasaki
Women’s Flight – Janine Chin
Closest to the pin for hole # 16:
1st Flight -- Steve Otani
2nd Flight – Dale Watanabe
Women’s Flight – Yoko Ono
Again, the NVC Golf Tournament would not be possible without our volunteers. The following folks worked hard to make sure all of our golfers had fun on the course as well as enjoyed the food and awards ceremony back at the clubhouse: Steve Louie, Jan Gokami, Victor Mizumori, Ted Tomita, MJ Mitoma, Danielle Takeuchi-Neel, Shirley Takeuchi, Bryan Takeuchi, Gary Takeuchi, Terry Takeuchi, and Rick Takeuchi.
Special thanks to Gary Matsudaira, who procured the 40 ears of corn and four small watermelons from Inaba Produce Farms, Mrs. Inaba, and son Lon Inaba (Wapato, WA).
Thanks to all who participated or volunteered, and congratulation to all of the winners!