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Summerland golfers play all net scores event

Beggs leads with seven under par net 65

The Summerland Senior Men’s Club played an all net scores event on June 18.

Joe Beggs led all players with a seven under par net 65.

Warren Julien, Eric Johnson and Doug Marchesi topped their respective flights.

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Nine players shred the deuce pot.

First flight: First Warren Julien, 72 cb; second Garth Humphreys, 72 cb; third Bryce Parker, 72; fourth Peter Schnurr, 74.

Second flight: First Eric Johnson, 73; second Alf Vaagen, 75; third Denis Wright, 76 cb; fourth Andy Webster, 76.

Third flight: First Joe Beggs, 65; second Nick Coe, 72; third Dave Evans, 72; fourth Terry McKay, 76.

Fourth flight: First Doug Marchesi, 73; second Gulbag Hans, 76; third Dave Cain, 77 cb; fourth Jerry McKenna, 77.

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