There were 21 teams taking part in the Nelson Merchants Corporate Cup at Granite Pointe Golf Club on Sunday afternoon.

Golf tourney features 21 teams

The 2014 Nelson Merchants Corporate Cup took place Sunday at Granite Pointe in Nelson.

The 2014 Nelson Merchants Corporate Cup took place Sunday with 21 teams of four players participating.

While it was a fun tournament, bragging rights were on the line in several different divisions. The winners included:

Automotive — Midtown Motors;

Sports — The Golf Doctor;

Construction  — Under Pressure Painting;

Hospitality and Food — Adventure Hotel;

Personal Services — Sears Nelson;


Closest to the pin

Hole 4 — Maglio’s Building Centre (team 4);

Hole 7 — The Adventure Hotel;

Hole 15 — Midtown Motors;

Hole 17 — The Golf Doctor.

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