Shawn Schwartz and Winnie Bissett won the club championships last weekend at the Stettler Golf Course.

Schwartz, Bissett net club championships

Two veterans emerged as club champions on Sunday at the Stettler Golf Course.

Two veterans emerged as club champions on Sunday at the Stettler Golf Course.

Winnie Bissett won her fifth ladies’ club championship, shooting a 188, while Shawn Schwartz won the club championship for a seventh time.

Schwartz shot a 131, the lowest 36-hole total in a tournament in the golf course’s history.

Schwartz played a solid game, shooting nine under par for the weekend.

Twenty-six golfers participated in the Stettler club championship, and 12 of them finished among the top three in various categories.

In the men’s championship flight, trailing Schwartz, Scott Roberts posted first low net, and Mike Webster had the second low net.

Two women joined Bissett in the ladies’ championship flight honour roll.

Amanda Hansel took the first low net, while Gail Anderson had the second low net.

Willem Gazendam scored first in the men’s first flight. Frans Schnettler picked up first low net, while Craig Swanlund took the second low net.

The ladies’ first flight winner was Diane Palmer.

Lacey Pearson scored the first low net, while Teny Allen carded the second low net.

This Sunday, the Stettler Golf Club will host its member appreciation day. The event is scheduled to run from 7 a.m. till dark.

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