Today's the final day to qualify for the 11th annual Kiwanis Club of North Bay Dundee Wealth Management Blue Chip Growth hole-in-one championship at Veteran's Field, Lee Park.
Ten more qualifiers will be added to the list for this afternoon's semifinals and finals. The semifinal is scheduled for approximately 3 p.m., followed by the final.
The 50 semifinalists will each have three shots at the 150-yard hole and the five closest qualifiers will move on to the one-shot final.
In the semifinals, should a golfer score an ace with his or her first shot, they will win $25,000 towards the purchase of a vehicle at North Bay Hopper Pontiac Buick GMC.
A hole-in-one on the second shot is worth $10,000 at Saturn Isuzu of North Bay and an ace on the third shot is worth $5,000.
Of course the big prize of $1 million could be won in the championship final.
A hole-in-one is worth a $1 million, payable at $50,000 per year for 20 years.
The winner also gains entry into the Canadian $1 million hole-in-one championship in British Columbia in September.
Peter Webster, hole-in-one; Randy Sandvik, 3.75 inches from the hole; Bill Stevanovich, 6.5 inches; Steve Piche, 9 inches; Todd Lucier, 9.5 inches; Don Rennick, 9.75 inches; Terry Joslin, 10.25 inches; Michael Ball, 11.5 inches; Joel McCallum, one foot; Stuart Bentley, one foot
Bruce Anthony, hole-in-one; Kerry Sullivan, 2.5 inches; Randy Sandvik, 3 inches; Jamie Carrier, 7.25 inches; Bill Stevanovich, 1'.05"; Jerry Soltys, 1'3.5"; Guy Charbonneau, 1'5"; Brian Basket, 1'5.5"; Kevin Monahan, 1'6.25"; Angele Gagnon, 1'7.5".