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Summerland Ladies Club golfers play Crying Towel game

League action continues for Summerland golfers

  • Apr. 30, 2021 12:30 p.m.

Summerland Ladies Club

On Tuesday, April 27, the Summerland Golf and Country Ladies Club played a game called Crying Towel. The player can return the two worst scores to par.

First flight: First Vijai Vaagen, 69; second Lil Smith, 70; third Carol Mulligan 71.

Second flight: First Diana Leitch, 67; second Marie Gallant, 68; third Barb Oleschuk, 70.

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Summerland Senior Men

On April 29, the Summerland Senior Men’s Club played an all net scores event.

Frank Stewart was the overall low net winner with a six under par 66.

Three players shared the deuce pot, Jim Haddrell, Greg Flook and Harvey King who recorded his deuce on the par four 12th hole.

First flight: First low net Dwain Sandrelli, 72; second low net Peter Schnurr, 73 cb; third low net Dennis Glasscock, 73; fourth low net Bob Houston, 74 cb.

Second flight: First low net Cary Herschmiller, 70 cb; second low net Art Lappalainen, 70; third low net Harvey Mitchler, 71; fourth low net Dave Smith, 74.

Third flight: First low net Bob Dickeson, 73; second low net Terry McKay, 74 cb; third low net Chuck Harman, 74 cb; fourth low net Denis Wright, 74 cb.

Fourth flight: First low net Frank Stewart, 66; second low net Murray Sauder, 69; third low net Bob Tamblyn, 72; fourth low net Herb Williams, 74.

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