Plenty of balls awarded during last week’s round

March Meadows Senior Men golf report for Tuesday, June 14.

John Leach

March Meadows Senior Men

The Tuesday, June 14, meeting of the March Meadows Senior Men saw an excellent turnout for a fine day of golf.

Balls were awarded to Lance Lingren for closest to pin on hole one and, for the second time in two weeks, Dave Melnick on number seven. There were three chip-in pars one by Phil Jones and Al Corigal sank two.

There were a whole flock of birdies this week by John White, Rick Nott, Murray Nelson, Tom Clarkson, Lance Lingren, John Leach and Ed Whyte. Ed scored his on a chip-in. Ray Owens holed the only sandy par this week.

Low Gross was carded by Eric Olson and Jerry Janzen had the low net.

The pot continues to grow as the barrel thumbs its nose at its antagonists.

Today was also the second round of the Match Play Tournament. Three weeks to go.

When I die, bury me on the golf course so my husband will visit. ~Author Unknown

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