North Okanagan weekly golf roundup

Men’s and ladies competitions

Scores from weekly games at North Okanagan golf courses:

VERNON Men’s Night – Sept. 26

Individual Blue /WHITE COMBO tees two-man team best net blue tees


Flight one First: 119 John Kuly, Mike Longworth, Steve King, Mark Longworth ($35)

Second: 121 Rick Brandle, Jason Anderson, Graydon Brown, Fred Johnston ($25)

Third: 123 David Murison, Bruce Shepherd, Cody Edwards, Mike Dekker ($15)

Flight two

First: 116 Jaron Chasca, Murray Caton, Bill Smith, Rob Tornberg ($35)

Second: 120R Patrick Warner, Rob McCluskey, Dennis Marcenko, Brian Wadsworth ($25)

Third: 120R Bob Brimingham, Jim Sparrow, Peter Murray, Garry Pruden ($15)

Royal York Men’s Night Sept. 27

Sponsor: Royal York Men’s Club

Flight 0-12 Low Gross: Wayne Wicklund 36

Low Net: Dean Chapple 34

Long Drive: Spencer Hendrickson

KP: Scott McNabb

Flight 13-18

Low Gross: Rob Campbell 42

Low Net: George Koscis 35R

Long Drive: Lune Wong

Flight 19+

Low Gross: Doug Ross 43

Low Net: Glen Phillips 32.5

Long Drive: Ryan Patton

All Players Long Putt #2: Jimmy Shimmer

KP #7: Brad Miller

Deuces: $24 Hennessey, York, Kocsis, Doug Ross

Skins: $48 Lune Wong, Glenn Phillips.

Spall Business Ladies Club

Sept. 26 Sladen Moore

9 holes

Overall Low Net: Beth Houston

Flight A HCP 0-25

Low Gross: Marilyn Vat 41

2nd Low Gross: Karen Christian 43R

1st Low Net: Donna Schultz 34

2nd Low Net: Norma Lemiski 36

Flight B

HCP 26-32

Low Gross: Nancy Davies 49

Low Net: Maureen Vincent 50

1st Low Net: Edie Pielak 35

2nd Low Net: Rae Jensen 36

Flight C

HCP 33-40

Low Gross: Sol Lagera 51

2nd Low Gross: Johan Thornton 52

2nd Low Net: Linda Edwards 35

3rd Low Net: Candis Eikerman 37

Fun Flight: Nancy Ostafew

Least Putts: Sandy Lays

KP #3: Vat

KP #7: Louis

Long Putts: Bonnie Mifflin

Deuces: Cindy Stone

Chip-Ins: Lagera #1, Lays #4, Vat #9.

Spall Ladies Club Sept. 26

Flight A HCP 0-25

Low Gross: Nancy Lamframboise 89

Low Net: Brenda Howard 72

2nd Low Net: Neva Gigliuk 74

3rd Low Net: Nancy Helm 76

Flight B HCP 26-32

Low Gross: Janet Kuhn 94

Low Net: Barb D’Orazio 69

2nd Net: Deb Heale 71

3rd Low Net: Jacqui Jakeman 73

Flight C HCP 33-40

Low Gross: Marj Griffin 101

Low Net: Terry Logan 71

2nd Low Net: Rikkie Wintemute 73

3rd Low Net: Linda MacLeod 73

Fourth Flight 35+

Low Gross: Janice Hansen 108

Low Net: Anne Kelly 73

2nd Low Net: Ariel Thorburn 77

3rd Low Net: Linda MacLeod 73

KPS: Deb Heale, Jamie Crockett, Anne Kelly.

Long Drives: Patty Kidd, Cheryl Wilson, Linda Bridgeman, Janice Hansen.

Deuces: Howard, Laframboise, Sheren Kripps, Linda MacLeod

Royal York Ladies Sept. 25

Flight A

Low Gross: Marci Henderson 47

Low Net: Heather Mason 36.5

Long Drive: Marianne Desjardins

Flight B

Low Gross: Sharon Bain 56

Low Net: Darcy Strynadka 44

Long Drive: Sharon Bain

Flight C Low Gross: Marge Destree 51

Low Net: Kim Schwaerzle 37

Long Drive: Linda Chatham

Flight D Low Gross: Donna Brown 59

Low Net: Dianne Honeybourne 44

Long Drive: Kathy Rooke

Flight for fun: Alena Strzelecki

Long Drive: Strzelecki

KP #7: Desjardins

Deuce, par, birdie pots: Desjardins, Saul Fowler, Kim Schwaerzle

Hidden Hole: Five winners

Least putts: Judy Thrift 13

Longest putt: Marge Crerar

Party in the sand: Mary Lapointe

Closest to Hoop: Desjardins

Vernon Golf Club Senior Men’s Day–Sept. 25

Four-Man teams two best net

First 116: Rod Rieger, Dave Murison, John Guest, Craig Mulvey

Second 125: Dennis MacPherson, Ray Sauer, Bob Forsyth, Wayne Cross

Third 127R: Dave Roberts, Mark Montgomery, George Doncaster, Vernon Doncaster, Garry Messina.

KP (0-17): David Jamieson #14

KP (18+): Gerry Driscoll

Long putt (#18): Blaine Olson

Deuces: Greg Betts, Craig Mulvey, Rod Rieger, Elwyn Befus, Rick Walker, Gerry Driscoll, Garry Messina, Al Cotsworth

Fourth Flight 35+

Low Gross: Jacqueline Sullivan 103

Low Net: Anne Kelly 72

2nd Low Net: Celine Lockert 72

3rd Low Net: Keiko Nomura 78

KPs: Gigliuk #3, Kat Cornish #12, Lockert #17

Long Drives: Marie Bernard, Deb Heale, Rundell, Lockert

Deuces: Laurie Arthur #7

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