The Spallumcheen Golf and Country Club started its weekly men’s night competition April 13. (Morning Star file photo)

The Spallumcheen Golf and Country Club started its weekly men’s night competition April 13. (Morning Star file photo)

Spallumcheen Golf Course begins men’s night

Close to 90 players on course for weekly competition

Spallumcheen Golf Course’s weekly men’s night competition from April 27. Total of 88 players.

FIRST FLIGHT

1st low gross: JP Duranleau 67

1st low net: Don Helm 72 (Retroactive)

2nd low gross: Ron Nolan 73

2nd low net: Dave Haverty 72

3rd low gross: Daryl Zubot 74

3rd low net: Dave Bissell 73

Best net 9: Jeff Work 33

Deuce: Dave Gray, Nolan, Helm, Duranleau (2), Jeff Smith ($10 each)

SECOND FLIGHT

1st low gross: Bryan Cook 75

1st low net: Art Heale 68

2nd low gross: Darold Zukowsky 78

2nd low net:Joe McFadden 70

3rd low gross: Rick Forrest 81 (R)

3rd low net: Glen Fester 71 (R)

Best net 9: Jim Arthur 34

Deuce: Heale ($75)

THIRD FLIGHT

1st low gross: Doug Hiebert 84 (R)

1st low net: Brian Hobenshield 71

2nd low gross: Don Jones 86 (R)

2nd low net: Hagen Klose 82 (R)

3rd low gross:

3rd low net:

Best net 9: Doug Jackson 34 (R)

Deuce: Rob Vandenheavel ($40)

FOURTH FLIGHT

1st low gross: Bob Collins 88 (R)

1st low net: Bernie Stayer 71 (R)

2nd low gross: Barry Russell 88

2nd low net: Gord Isobe 71 (R)

3rd low gross: Dave Hank 90

3rd low net: Pete Taylor 71

Best net 9: Bruce Baldwin 31

Deuce: Carry Over ($50)

KELLY O’BRYANS GC – Tyler Galenzoski



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