Jon Gardner watches his putt in the Spallumcheen Cup Saturday at Spallumcheen Golf and Country Club. (Lisa VanderVelde/Morning Star)

Lewis combo collects Spall Cup

Long-ball hitter Vince Lewis and his son Jeremy shot a scorching 65 to win the Spall Cup Saturday.

Long-ball hitter Vince Lewis and his son Jeremy combined for a scorching 65 low gross to win the Spall Cup Saturday.

The Lewis duo pocketed $170 in Spallumcheen Golf & Country Club pro shop dollars.

Ron Nolan and Dave Gray shot 69 to finish second by retrogression over Jon Gardner and Tyler Galenzoski.

The first flight low net honours went to Dave Schneider and Gary Gilchrist, at 61. Gardner and Galenzoski were second at 63 by retrogression over Bob Vedan and Bob Smith.

Vedan and Smith produced a 71 low gross, as did Schneider and Gilchrist. There were nine twosomes in the first flight.

Doug Kuhn and Art Heale ruled the second flight low gross with a 75, finishing two strokes in front of Scott Pisiak and Doug (Goose) Hiebert and Alf Head and Russ Wilkinson.

King Cam and Darold Zukowsky and Tom Wild and Doug Patton came in at 79.

The Low net prize was awarded to Dave Hank and Gerry Obrecht at 62, followed by Pisiak/Hiebert at 63 (retrogression) ahead of Wild/Patton and Hubie Petersen/Louie Siewertsen.

There were 10 entries in the second flight.

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