Cheryl Lowe and Kurtis Barkley posted an early lead and never looked back as they headed for their respective 2014 Cedar Glen Club Championships on the weekend.
Barkley put together record setting Cedar Glen club championship scores of 67-65 for a 132 total, and Lowe shot rounds of 83-93 for a 176 for her win.
Barkley was on his game throughout the weekend. Saturday, he got it rolling with a front nine, two-under-par 32, despite a bogey-four on the ninth hole. To his front 32, he added a one-under-par 35 on the back for the 67.
On Sunday it got even better. He turned the corner at three under and brought it home with a two-under-par 36 with birdies on 10, 13 and 14 and a bogey-four on the par-three 15th.
The next closest shooters to Barkley after Saturday’s opening round, were Lonnie McIntosh and Brandon Cousineau who were tied with 73’s. Cousineau fell back into fourth spot with an 84 on Sunday, for a 161 total, and McIntosh added an 82, to finish second behind Barkley.
J.P. St. Pierre opened with a 79 on Saturday, and added an 81 for a third place finish overall in A flight. His 160 gave him the Senior Championship.
Cheryl Lowe had a really solid front nine on Saturday, and then played steady to win the women’s 2014 championship. Her front nine 38 on Saturday did a lot of the talking as she finished with an 83, five strokes up on Muriel Whitteker.
The two shot 93’s on Sunday, giving Low the win and placing Whitteker in second place with a 181 total (88-93). Third spot went to Shari Boyd with rounds of 94-98.
In the men’s B flight, it was Barry Casselman claiming the championship with rounds of 83-85. Liam Morrow had the lead after the opening 18 holes with an 82, but fell back with a 91 shot on Sunday.
Morrow’s 173 total gave in the Junior Championship.
Casselman and Larry Harper were tied for second spot in the first rounds with 83’s, but Casselman cashed in with an 85 for the B championship while Harper was two strokes back with an 87 for a 170 total.
Terry Barkley and Darrell Shelp, tied with 90’s Saturday, were well back of the pack, but then pulled it together on Sunday. Barkley closed the gap with an 84 for a fourth place finish at 174, and Shelp added an 86 for a 176 total.
Peter Brown claimed the C flight championship with a 185 total.
He too set the pace early with an 89 shot on Saturday, eight strokes up on Dale Whitteker at 97. John Phillips was third at 100. Brown and Whitteker tied on Sunday with 96’s giving the Brown the C flight championship. Phillips added a 101 for third place.
In ladies action, Sheila Bush took a one stroke lead over Ann Cook in round one. Bush posted a 98 and Cook a 99. Bush claimed the B championship with a 97 on Sunday, for a 195 total, while Cook totaled 213 for second place. Elise Muir was third with a 220 total.
Barb Mabe had the early lead in C flight with a 115 to Corry Whitteveen’s 117 and Great McGann’s 119.
Whitteveen came on strong on Sunday, for a 106, to claim the championship with a 223 total. Mabe finish second at 239, and Greta McGann was third at 241.
The D flight championship was won by Connie Collins at 274 (142-132).