Salt Spring defeats local senior golfers

March Meadows Seniors didn’t win many matches on Aug. 29 on Salt Spring

March Meadows Seniors didn’t win many matches on Aug. 29 on Salt Spring and we were defeated again on Sept. 4 on our own turf.

These inter-club matches are great fun and we appreciate the opportunity to play different courses.

Thank you to March Meadows owners and management for this opportunity.

The day wasn’t a total loss as Bruce Chisholm continued his winning ways with a low-gross of  77 which included four birdies.  Bob Leach and Jug Kalar both had a low-net of 66.  Ray Bourassa had  KP (closest to the pin) on the seventh hole.

Other birdie hot shots were Brian Crosson with two, and Tom Clarkson, Ray Bourassa, Graeme Cockle and Ron McGovern, each with one. Jug had a chip-in bird.

Senior captain Frank Magrin had a chip-in par, as did Frank Fraser.

The Duffer avoided the whole Salt Spring exchange, as he said he didn’t wasn’t anything to do with “Intercourse Championships.”

—Submitted by Rick Nott



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