Summerland golfers compete in league play

Members of Ladies Club and Senior Men are meeting each week

Summerland Ladies Club

On Tuesday, April 23 the Summerland Golf and Country Ladies Club played nine holes. Winners were determined by thier low net scores.

First flight: First Lil Smith 67; tied for second Lanette Graham and Val Eibner, 70.

Second flight: First Barb Oleschuk, 66; second Pat Stohl, 75; third Janis Goll, 78.

Summerland Senior Men

On April 25, the Summerland Senior Men’s Club played a one gross, three net scores golf event.

Bob Fortune won the overall low gross with a 77 by countback over Warren Julien while Alf Vaagen and Rick Drewnisz topped their respective flights.

Doug Marchesi was the overall low net winner with a 66.

Five players shared the deuce pot, They were David Smith, Stu Macaulay, Chuck Harman, Doug Marchesi and Bob Fortune.

First flight: First low gross Bob Fortune, 77 cb; first low net Chuck Harman, 67; second low net Warren Julien, 71; third low net Dennis Glasscock, 74.

Second flight: First low gross Alf Vaagen, 73; first low net Doug Marchesi, 66; second low net Jeff Clarke, 69; third low net Ken Bridgeman, 70.

Third flight: First low gross Rick Drewnisz, 90; first low net Gulbag Hans, 70; second low net Al Thomas, 72 cb; third low net David Smith, 72 cb.

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