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Warren Julien leads in Summerland golf event

Summerland Senior Men’s Club plays one gross, net scores competition

On May 21, the Summerland Senior Men’s Club played a one gross, net scores event.

Warren Julien led all players with a 75 while Len Good and Bob Dickeson topped their respective flights.

Five players shared the deuce pot. They were Warren Julien, Garth Humphreys, Chuck Harman, Len Good and Doug Marchesi.

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First flight: First low gross Warren Julien, 75; first low net Garth Humphreys, 70; second low net Bob Fortune, 71; third low net Dwain Sandrelli, 72.

Second flight: First low gross Len Good, 85; first low net Nick Coe, 74; second low net Andy Webster 78 cb; third low net Glenn Brennan, 78.

Third flight: First low gross Bob Dickeson, 91; first low net Doug Marchesi, 71; second low net Gulbag Hans, 75; third low net Don Michiel.

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