March Meadows senior men golfing for the birds

Senior golfer Bruce Chisholm fired off four birdies in 18 holes of golf last Tuesday

Senior golfer Bruce Chisholm fired off four birdies in 18 holes of golf last Tuesday. Chisholm shot a 78 and was low-gross winner for the day.  Jug Kalar was net winner with a score of 66.

Mike Morgan was KP on Number 1 hole and then drained the putt for his birdie. Jack Ringham was KP on Number 7. Don Cochrane, John McCormick, Jerry Janzen and Bob Vessey all blasted from sand traps to save par. Leo Tardiff had a chip-in par.

Brian Crossan chipped a beautiful shot directly into the barrel on the five and a half hole for a nice prize.

The Duffer said the only good part of his golf day was the lunch.

— Submitted by Rick Nott



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