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The Canadian Tooling & Machining Association (CTMA) held its 23rd Annual Shotgun Golf Tournament on Sept 14.

The sold-out event was held at the Pine Knot Golf & Country Club in Dorchester, near London, ON. The tournament award winners were announced at the 19th Hole Reception & Dinner following the tournament.

Congratulations to the winners!

  • Low Gross Trophy (sponsored by Anchor Danly): Roy Pietila, FESTO
  • Low Net Trophy: Chris Fleurie, SHUNK Intec Corp
  • Closest-to-the-Pin (Sponsored by XL Tool Inc.): Chad Gerth, CT Tooling Inc.
  • Men’s Longest Drive: Rob Forstinger, FBT Inc.
  • Ladies’ Longest Drive: Kathy Marsden, Glider Guard tool & Die
  • Most Honest Trophy (sponsored by SME Canada): Kevin Ford, Anchor Danly
  • Putting Contest (sponsored by CTMA): Harvey Van Huizen, Anchor Danly
  • Marshmallow Driving Contest & Business Card Draw (sponsored by Dundee Recycling): Dan Mullins, OSG Canada Ltd. and Sash Rakanovic, Ontario Drive & Gear Ltd
  • Chip Shot into Bucket (sponsored by EDC): Les Payne, Honorary Member,; Greg Smith, FESTO; Dave Van Den Brink, Multimatic Inc.; and Sash Rakanovic, Ontario Drive & Gear Ltd. 
  • Closest-To-The-Cooler (sponsored by Tool & Cutter Supply): Greg Yzerman, Reko International Inc.
  • Closest-To-Hockey-Net Contest & Business Card Draw (sponsored by Inspire Talent Consulting): Chris Hergott, XL Tool Inc. and Don Wilson, Sandvik Coromant
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