Men’s open won by Schwartz

The winner – Shawn Schwartz made a great showing at the men’s open tournament of the Stettler Golf and Country Club and deserved to keep the trophy until the next champion claims it.

Once again we have had a busy couple of weeks at the golf course.

Ladies’ League stats as of Aug. 11 are as follows:

Team Bissett 77.00

Team Campbell 44.00

Team Anderson 43.50

Team Lawlor 37.50

Men’s League standings as of Aug. 12 are:

Team Garbutt 103.00

Team Schwartz 92.50

Team Kamlah 88.00

Team Reichert 80.50

Team Rymal 72.50

Team Leslie 70.00

Team Morrison 68.00

Team Devloo 61.50

The Men’s Open was successful with 60 capable golfers on Aug. 8 and 9. There were many close scores in all flights. Congratulations to Shawn Schwartz on winning the tournament and congratulations to all flight winners.

Upcoming events are the Oilmen’s Tournament on Aug. 21 and 22; Zender Geddes Sept. 10; Gitzel Krejci Sept. 12 and Bankers/Lawyers Sept. 12.

Club Championship has been rescheduled for Saturday and Sunday Sept. 19 and 20.

Course is in great shape thanks to Bob and his crew, so come out and enjoy!

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