Interclub golf playoff held in Summerland

The North South Interclub playoff was held at the Summerland Golf and Country Club on Oct. 1.

The North South Interclub playoff was held at the Summerland Golf and Country Club on Oct. 1 with golfers from around the Okanagan Valley participating.

The Interclubs are groups of courses which hold competitions.

The South Interclub consists of Summerland, N’K’Mip, Fairview Mountain, Osoyoos, Twin Lakes and Penticton.

Each club sends two players to play against each of the other clubs, once at each club.

Points are calculated using the Stableford system to determine the winner.

This year, Twin Lakes was the South winner.

The North Interclub consists of Summerland, Shannon Lake, Shadow Ridge, Vernon, Royal York and Two Eagles. Next year Gallagher’s will join the North Interclub.

The North winner this year was Shannon Lake.

The Twin Lakes team finished with 122 points of Shannon Lake with 115.

 

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