Don Helm drives off the eighth tee box in the Spall Cup men’s two-man tournament Saturday.

Don Helm drives off the eighth tee box in the Spall Cup men’s two-man tournament Saturday.

Hoever-Lewis winning duo

Dana Hoever and Pat Lewis were calm and composed in shooting 71-70-141 for glory in the best-ball tournament.

They were first-timers in the Spall Cup, but Dana Hoever and Pat Lewis were calm and composed in shooting 71-70-141 for glory in the best-ball tournament.

Hoever and Lewis claimed $150 apiece in Spallumcheen Golf Club pro shop dollars. They were solid except when both men carded double-bogeys on the par-3 15th hole Saturday and three-putted for bogeys on the par-5 No. 8 hole Sunday.

The second flight low gross title went to Dan Gardiner and Gord Holm, who shot 145, including a gross 68 on Day 1.

The third flight was scored by handicap and the low net champions were Tom Wild and Doug Patton with a 122.9.

Low net in the championship flight went to  Gary Gilchrist and Glen Fester, who carded a gross 69 the first day and finished with a net 126.6.

Lap prizes in the first flight went to Bob Smith and Dave Gray with a gross 67 on Day 2. Second day lap prizes went to Doug Hiebert and Glen Whitlock with a gross 71 and Bob Collins and Harry Bowker with a net 77.

Low net in the second flight was captured by Pat Morgan and Garth Bergen with a 125.9.

Lawrie Jenner and Frank Teskey with a 127.6 were second in the third flight low net.

Hillview’s Keith Vandenbrink has reached the final-four in IPGA match play.

Vandenbrink was on fire Monday afternoon at Tower Ranch, defeating Clay Stothers of the Okanagan Golf Club 7 and 6.

The players tied the opening three holes before Vandenbrink hit driver-5-wood to within four feet and made eagle on the par-5 fourth and birdied six and seven. He won the eighth hole go up four after nine and took No. 10 before a birdie on No. 11.

“I played 18 holes at Predator in the morning (with some good friends) and it was a good warm-up for the afternoon 18 at Tower Ranch,” said Vandenbrink.

Brad Jones of Vernon finished fourth in the Christina Lake Men’s Open at 74-69-143. He finished with an eagle and three birdies Sunday.

Jones, who had buddy Christian Lacasse carrying his bag, earned $400 in pro shop money.

Kowan O’Keefe of Creston – son of Vernon’s Brian O’Keefe – won a playoff over Gaylon Johnson of Vancouver to win the Open. Both players finished regulation at five-under.