Sunny times for March Meadows’ senior golfers

The first meeting of the March Meadows Senior Men in July was sunny and warm. Although there were a few – very few – grumblings about it being too warm. Still, the day saw some good rounds and a fair number of balls awarded.

John Leach

March Meadows Senior Men

The first meeting of the March Meadows Senior Men in July was sunny and warm. Although there were a few – very few – grumblings about it being too warm. Still, the day saw some good rounds and a fair number of balls awarded.

The closest to the cup on hole one went to Bruce Chisholm and Ray Bourassa got closest on hole seven.

Birdies were carded by John White, Brian Crossen and Bruce Chisholm. John McCormick chipped in for his birdie. Earl La Forge chipped in twice for par.

Sandy pars were made by John Barger, Murray Nelson and John McCormick.

Low gross went to Earl La Forge and low net to Frank Fraser. Glenn Richardson knew the slogan (Play hard, play fair, have fun).

This also saw the final round of the match play championship. Congratulations to Jug Kalar and a big round of applause to all the participants. It was a fine contest.

The bucket once again succeeded in dodging all comers.

Isn’t it fun to go out on the course and lie in the sun? – Bob Hope

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