Summerland golfers compete

Season begins for local golf leagues

Summerland Ladies Club

On April 16, the Summerland Golf and Country Ladies Club played 18 holes using the Stableford method of scoring.

First flight: First Helen Pybus, 35; second Lil Smith, 30.

Second flight: First Barb Oleschuck, 46; second Lynette Graham, 40.

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Local players received awards at the B.C. Ladies Golf Association Zone 2. The zone comprises most of the Okanagan Valley golf clubs. Diana Leitch finished in third place in the zone challenge.

The Dorothy Olive Franklin competition supports B.C. Junior Girls to attend out of province and out of country competitions. The winner for 2018 was Ellen Clay.

Summerland Senior Men

On April 18, the Summerland Senior Men’s Club held an all net scores event.

In the opening start to the 2019 season, Bob Fortune was the overall low net winner with 68, with Jeff Clarke and Bob Tamblyn winning their respective flights.

Four players shared the deuce pot, Doug Steinke, Len Good, Al Thomas and Bob Fortune with two.

First flight: First Bob Fortune, 68; second Dennis Glasscock, 70; third Andy Webster, 71 cb; fourth Peter Schnurr, 71.

Second flight: First Jeff Clarke, 71 cb; second Craig Woollven, 71; third Nick Coe, 72; fourth Ken Bridgeman, 73.

Third flight: First Bob Tamblyn, 72; second Herb Williams, 73; third Dave Smith, 76; fourth George Carswell, 77.

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