Stettler hosts senior golf tourney

Stettler Golf Club held its annual Senior Open on Friday. Forty-two men and 16 women participated on a beautiful, sunny day.

Stettler Golf Club held its annual Senior Open on Friday. Forty-two men and 16 women participated on a beautiful, sunny day.

Four men, Brian Butterfield, Bill Hegberg, Osi Heinrich and Leo Bozek, each shot a 78 and had to compete in a playoff to determine the men’s champion. Bozek came out the victor.

Vicki Brown was the overall women’s champion.

Other winners were as follows:

Overall Women’s Net — Elpha Senft.

Overall Men’s Net — Bill Sieben.

Age 50-60 Women’s Low Gross — Laura Scott.

Age 61-64 Women’s Low Gross — Diane Kamlah.

Age 65-69 Women’s Low Gross — Ila Lunevich.

Age 70-plus Women’s Low Gross — Kathy Sieben.

Age 50-60 Men’s Low Gross — Brian Butterfield and Bill Hegberg.

Age 61-64 Men’s Low Gross — Osi Heinrich.

Age 65-69 Men’s Low Gross — Tom Keddie.

Age 70-plus Men’s Low Gross — Will Rehman.

Stettler Golf Club hosts a four-man scramble July 29 at 5:30 p.m. and the Men’s Open on Aug. 10 and 11.

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