Garry Calendar remains closest to the hole

The March Meadows Senior Mens Golf finished up the second round of the Championship this week with some excellent scores. The winners of the low gross and low net will be announced at the wrap-up luncheon on October 4th.

John Leach

March Meadows Senior Men

The March Meadows Senior Mens Golf  finished up the second round of the Championship this week with some excellent scores.  The winners of the low gross and low net will be announced at the wrap-up luncheon on October 4th.

This week’s ball winners included a two week in a row winning of both closest to the hole (KPs)  by Garry Calendar.

No one seems to remember this ever happening before.

Birdies were scored by John McCormick, Rocky Wise, Garry Calendar, Jerry Janzen, and Bob Leach.  Jim Peterson and Earl La Forge  both had chip-in birdies.

Sandy pars were made by Daryl Proulx and Jim Harper.  There were no chip-in pars this week and the barrel continues to rise in value.

A golfer’s diet: live on greens as much as possible. ~Author Unknown

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