Summerland sports results


Sumac Ridge Senior Men

Results: Aug. 24.

Low gross: Dan Kelly, 36. Low net: Les Allen, 31. Birds: Dan Kelly, Gerry Bryant. Closest to pin: Maurice Wood. Longest putt: Alex Yakunin.

Results: Aug. 31.

Low gross: Maurice Wood, 38. Low net: Alex Yakunin, 29. Birds: Maurice Wood, Gerry Bryant. Closest to pin: Art Zilkie. Longest putt: Les Allen.

Summerland Golf Ladies Club

Results: Aug. 28 and 29

The Summerland Rental Centre sponsored the annual Rental Cup ladies low net tournament.

Joanne Gartrell and Jan McLeod tied for first place.  An exciting three – hole playoff determined Gartrell as the winner and McLeod as runner up.

Prizes were given to 15 places.  winners in order are: Joanne Gartrell, Jan McLeod, Donna Pederson, Lynne Karaim, Helen Pybus, Diana Leitch, Marilyn Tamblyn, Helen Benallick, Vijai Vaagen, Ev Crane, Sheila Westgate, Donna Grant, Ellen Clay Ruth Daviduk, Betty Critchlow.


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