Lee Beaupre in the driver’s seat


Fresh off his B flight win in the Morrisburg Men’s Open on Saturday, Lee Beaupre was the only golfer to break 80 in round two of the club’s qualifying rounds for Valley and Border League teams played Sunday.

Beaupre led Sunday’s field with a 79 to back up his opening round 77 shot on Sunday, June 10 for a 36 hole 156 total.

That gives him a two stroke edge in A flight over Brian McNairn who opened with a 75 and backed it up with an 83 for a 158 total.

One stroke back is Bob Mann who added an 85 Sunday to his opening round 74 for a 159 total.

Rounding out the top A flight players is Shawn Hummell with a 160  (76-84) and Ron Lapier with a 173 total (88-85).

Blake Barry and Kevin Duvall, who shot 78s on June 10, did not play Sunday.

The leader in B flight is Jordie MacDonald 80-82. Kirk Barkley is in second spot on rounds of 85-80 and Charlie Moore is next at 166 with rounds of 85-81.

Sam Harwood (81-88) and Gary Breyer (83-86) are tied with 169 totals.

Next up are Dave McLenaghan and Eric Wemerman tied with 172s.

Scott Corden, who did not play the opening round, shot an 82 on Sunday.

The leader in C flight is Bob Barclay with rounds of 94-91 for a 185 total. Al Patterson is next at 189 with rounds of 94-95 and Barry Henderson holds third place with a 201 total on rounds of 97-104. Wayne Hutt is in fourth spot with a 207 total on rounds of 110-97.

The Border League team calls for the top eight shooters, plus a junior and senior golfer regardless of their class, while the Valley League team includes four players in each of A, B and C flights plus a junior and a senior.

The rounds are also being used for Intersectional team qualifying.

Scoring for the Intersectional teams (regular men’s and senior) is achieved using the Stableford point system.

Bob Mann and Lee Beaupre lead with 56 points each and Brian McNairn and Shawn Hummel are tied with 53 points. Jordie MacDonald has 52 points.

Qualifying for the junior spot for the Valley and Border League teams is Andrew Morris who has posted rounds of 83-84. Twenty of the 35 qualifiers are eligible to play senior.

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