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Summerland golfers play all net scores event

Summerland Senior Men’s Club held event on June 4

On June 4, the Summerland Senior Men’s Club played an all net scores event.

Bob Dickeson led the field with a seven under par net 65. Jeff Goodis, Alf Vaagen and Sandy McDowell topped their respective flights.

Glen Brennan, Bob Fortune, Jerry Sauve and Rick Drewnisz shared the deuce pot.

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First flight: First low net Jeff Goodis, 71; second low net Bob Fortune, 72; third low net Peter Schnurr, 73; fourth low net Greg Flook, 74.

Second flight: First low net Alf Vaagen, 69; second low net Ed Helgason, 73; third low net Jeff Clarke, 74; fourth low net Ken Bridgeman, 75 cb.

Third flight: First low net Sandy McDowell, 72; second low net Terry McKay, 76 cb; third low net Don Michiel, 76 cb; fourth low net Jerry Sauve, 76.

Fourth flight: First low net Bob Dickeson, 65; second low net Rick Drewnisz, 68; third low net Al Thomas, 70; fourth low net Gulbag Hans, 73.

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