Golfers turning out to March Meadows in droves

A report on the March Meadows Senior Men's Tuesday, July 19, round.

John Leach

March Meadows Senior Men

The Tuesday, July 19, meeting of the March Meadows Senior Men golfers fielded one of the years largest turnouts.

This round was the March Meadows’ half of the tournament with the Inter-Club guys from Mt. Brenton.  The results of the match will not be available until next week, after the March Meadows gang of twelve go to Mt. Brenton.

Balls were award, and included closest to the cup on the first hole by Chris Kaisten, and Jug Kalar on hole two.

Birdies went to John McCormick, Roy Lavigne and Rocky Wise.

John White and Bruce MacDonald both chipped in for their birdies.

Sandy pars went to Dale O’Connell and Ray Bourassa while Jack Ringheim got the only chip-in par.

Jug Kalar came in with the low gross and Tony Tostevine had the low net with an amazing score of sixty-three.

The Barrel had the day off due to the Inter-Club match.

“If your opponent is playing several shots in vain attempts to extricate himself from a bunker, do not stand near him and audibly count his strokes. It would be justifiable homicide if he wound up his pitiable exhibition by applying his niblick to your head.”

~Harry Vardon

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