Morrisburg Golf

 

A small crowd of just 38 women attended the weekly Wednesday night Ladies Night on June 19, but a good time was had by all. 

After a regular evening of play with great weather finally, the ladies took their evening game to the ninth hole to decide this week’s prize winners.

The game called for the wearing of a pair of silicone oven mitts to drive and a pair of regular oven mitts for putting…a new fashion in golf clubs which completely eliminated any possibility of an interlocking grip says club captain Monique Patenaude. 

The low score winner in A flight was Brenda Stitt with a par 4 with one putt, while Barb Sheridan won B flight play with a par 4 (two putts). Lise Steinburg and Deanna Cassell tied for the win in C flight both with fives (one putt) and Helen Zeran won D flight with a five (using two putts).

High scores were carded by Lori Anne Davies with a six (two putts) in A flight, while Linda Barclay had the high in B flight with a 7 thanks to three putts.

Also three-putting was Candace Jamieson who won C flight with a nine, and Lydia Eamon who won D flight with a nine.

The evening was sponsored by Horner and Pietersma and coming up this week the sponsor is Home Hardware.

Weekly men’s night sponsored by Gary’s Automotive

Men’s night on Thursday was sponsored by Gary’s Automotive.

The flight winners were Lindsay Weegar in A, Larry Gallinger in B and Darryl McDonell in C. Net wins went to Brian McNairn in A, Mitch Cassell in B and Pieter Ozinga in C.

Coming up this Thursday, June 27 the men’s night sponsor is Brister Insurance.

The ladies completed their qualifying rounds for the 2013 Valley League team on Sunday. This year’s qualifying consisted of two rounds, the first played on an open date determined by the individual golfers, and the second played Sunday.

Davies, Boivin share top qualifying spot

Vicki Boivin led Sunday’s field with an 86 which she added to her previous 90. Boivin and Lori Anne Davies led the team with 176 totals. Davies kicked it off with an 87, and then added an 89, Sunday. The third Valley League spot in A flight was claimed by Monique Patenaude (90-95).

In B flight Linda Barclay took top spot with a 188 total. Barclay shot a first round 88 and added a 100 on Sunday. Laurie Dillabough took second spot with a 192 (91-101), and Judy Laurin was third with a 200 total (97-103).

Kitty Moore led C flight with a 211 (109-102). Next up was Carol Armstrong at 223 (115-108) and Candace Jamieson claimed the third spot at 241 (122-119). D flight qualifiers were Helen Youmelle at 228 (110-118) and Linda Henderson 285 (139-146). Barb Sheridan will play in the senior spot with a 186 (94-92) total.

This year’s Ladies Valley League is set for August 18, at Cedar Glen, Williamsburg.

Duvall, Barry lead men’s team qualifying

The top shooters in the men’s qualifying rounds were Kevin Duvall and Blake Barry who tied with 36 hole totals of 146. Duvall posted 71-75 and Barry shot 70-76 to secure the top two spots on the Border League team, the top two A flight spots on the Valley League team and the top two spots for the men’s Intersectionals.

Rounding out the remaining six Border League and Intersectionals spots are Ron Lapier (74-80), Lindsay Weegar (73-83), Lee Beaupre (77-80), Dave McClenaghan (83-84), Larry Cooper (82-82) and Larry Gallinger (85-83). Gary Breyer claimed the senior Border League spot with a 169 total (79-90), and he and Charlie Moore picked up the final two spots on the Intersectional team.  The Border League will be played August 11, at the Brockville Country Club, and the Intersectionals  is set for July 14, at Whitetail in Eganville.

Lapier and Weegar will make up the remaining two Valley League A flight spots.  Cooper, Gallinger, Breyer and Charlie Moore (87-83) will make up the B flight team. Qualifying for the C flight spots were Bob Barclay (91-85), Mitch Cassell (95-88), Danny Youmelle (98-86) and Bob Youmelle (99-86). Lee Beaupre qualified for the senior spot on the Valley League team. Valley League will be played August 24, at Sandy Row.

 

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