Summerland Senior Men’s Club plays all net scores event

Golf leagues continue to play in Summerland

Summerland Ladies Club

On Tuesday, Sept. 10, the Summerland Golf and Country Ladies Club hosted the annual Summerland 4-Lady Scramble.

The weather was cool and damp but all thoroughly enjoyed the successful event.

Results: First from Summerland Jackie Clement, Danielle Riley, Jodie Brennan, Linda Angstadt; second from Spallumcheen – Julie Pisch, pam Page, Laura Guidi, Michelle Brandle; third from Summerland Sydney Clement, Erin Clement, Jenna Denton, Renee Gillard; fourth from Sunset Ranch Team Marilyn McRae; fifth from Summerland Team Doreen Butterworth; sixth from Penticton Team Mary Lebler, seventh from Vernon Team Debbie Fisher, eighth from Summerland Team Diana Leitch; ninth from Penticton Team Karen St. Martin; 10th from Fairview Mountain Team Arlene Graham.

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Summerland Senior Men

On Sept. 12, the Summerland Senior Men’s Club played an all net scores event.

Alf Vaagen led the field with a net 68 while Frank Davie with a 69 and Rick Drewnisz with a 71 topped their respective flights. Four players shared the deuce pot, Jim Haddrell, Graham Baggalley, George Carswell and Frank Davie.

First flight: First Alf Vaagen, 68; second Andy Webster, 69; third Jim Haddrell, 72; fourth Steve Clement, 73 cb.

Second flight: First Frank Davie, 69; second Joe Beggs, 71; third Jerry McKenna, 73; fourth Ken Bridgeman, 74 cb.

Third flight: First Rick Drewnisz, 71; second Bob Tamblyn, 72; third Herb Williams, 74 cb; fourth George Carswell, 74.

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