Golf results

Members of the Summerland Senior Men’s Club played on June 8.

The Summerland Senior Men’s Club held a two gross/two net scores event on June 8.

Terry Clarke and Dennis Glasscock shared the low gross of the day with 81 while Ken Bridgeman, Dave Carleton and Jeff Clarke all had scores of net 69 to lead the field.

The deuce pot was shared by Denis Wright, Ken Robertson, Doug Steinke and Don Parrott.

First Flight: First low gross Terry Clarke, 81 cb; first low net Ken Bridgeman, 69 cb; second low gross Dennis Glasscock, 81; second low net Dave Carleton, 69.

Second Flight: First low gross Denis Wright, 90; first low net Jeff Clarke, 69; second low gross Kelly Dunn, 92; second low net Chuck Harman, 81.

Third Flight: First low gross Rick Drewiscz, 96; first low net Al Thomas, 71; second low gross Ken Robertson, 98; second low net George Carswell, 73.

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