Much activity at the Stettler golf club


Measuring the distance - Erskine resident Vicki Brown was warmly dressed to participate in the Ladies’ open at the Stettler and Country Club. Despite the rain and wind

Julie Bertrand / Independent reporter

July was a busy month at the Stettler Golf and Country Club and it looks like August will be as busy.

The Ladies Open was held on July 9 at the club.

The overall championship flight low gross winner was Diane Kamlah, while Val Tym and Jackie Stouffer finished second and third.

The winner of the first flight was Bev Bast, while Donna Pierson and Terry Nolte finished second and third.

Elpha Senft was voted most honest golfer.

Charlie Shin was the men’s overall winner of the Senior Open, held on July 15, while Laura Scott was the ladies’ overall winner.

The men’s low net winner was Ron Senft, while the ladies low net winner was Kathy Sieben.

The men’s age 78+ low gross winner was Ross Temple, while Tony Johner finished second.

The leagues’ first halves ended in early July.

For the men’s league, team Douglas was first, with a score of 38, while team Redgwell was second, with a score of 36.5. Team Roberts was third, with a score of 33, while team Snowden was fourth, with a score of 23.5. Team Garbutt was fifth, with a score of 21, while team Hamilton was sixth, with a score of 17.

For the ladies’ league, team Jobs was first, with a score of 87, while team Hamelin was second, with a score of 75. Team Mappin was third, with a score of 73, while team Miller was fourth, with a score of 66.5.

The 27th annual Men’s Open golf tournament will take place on August 6 and 7. The participants will play 36 holes.

There will be a mixed open on August 13. The participants will play 18 holes. The shotgun will start at 10 a.m.

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