Patenaudes collect a Giant Tiger mixed two-ball win


Andy and Monique Patenaude led a field of 94 golfers at the Morrisburg Golf Course, Saturday, to win the annual Giant Tiger Mixed Two-Ball.

The Patenaudes shot a 79 to claim this year’s win in the always popular two-ball competition sponsored by Giant Tiger’s Ken Rundle.

After a 41 front, the Patenaudes turned it up a notch on the back for a three over par 38 for their 79 total.

“We didn’t three putt, and we didn’t get into any trouble all day,” said Monique following the win.

Finishing in second spot, just one stroke back of the Patenaudes, were Bryan Cochrane and Lori Anne Davies who were consistent throughout the round with 40s on both nines.

Next up in the A flight field were Larry and Diane Gallinger and Mick and Yvonne Mabo who tied with 83s.

The Mabo’s 83 gave them the low net at 64.6 in A flight.

Leading the way in B flight were Mike and Wendy Hoogeveen who claimed top spot with an 83. Stephen and Patty Boucher were four strokes back with an 88 for second place.

The low net in B flight went to Kent and Betty McDermid who finished in third spot with a 90 which gave them a 68.4 net.

More than half the field competed in the non-handicapped division which was scored using the Callaway system.

The low gross win went to Terry and Judy Laurin with an 84. Next up were Blake and Cassandra Barry with an 85.

Garry and Carolyn Beckstead carded an 87 to finish third overall while two strokes back were Stafford Harriman and Karen Weegar with an 89.

The net win in the division went to Robert Cooke and Donna Dillabough who shot a 98 which gave them a 72 net in the Callaway scoring system.

For the men, the closest to the pin winners were Larry Cooper, Paul Trudeau, Blake Barry, Travis Dillabough, Mark Lamothe and Rick MacKenzie.

Dropping the closest shots for the women were Carol Armstrong, Shelly Broad, Linda Barclay (two), Rosemary Van Allen and Cassandra Barry.

The closest to the snake line was won by Helen Youmelle.

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