Club champions crowned at Morrisburg


While Bob Mann put the wraps on his first Morrisburg Golf Club Championship here on the weekend, Vicki Boivin was returning to a familiar spot in the winners’ circle.

Boivin shot 79-89 in the championship rounds played on the weekend to win her ninth Morrisburg Golf Club championship crown (seventh consecutive).

Also picking up a win was Linda Barclay who successfully defended her 2011 B flight championship title with rounds of 99-89. 

Barclay was not contested for the B flight win, and Boivin had opposition only from Lori-Anne Davies.

Just 17 players bid for the men’s championship with club captain Bob Mann leading the way with rounds of 76-75 (151 total).

Close on his heels, were Lee Beaupre and Eric Wemerman who finished overall tied with 153s, both with openings rounds of 79s on Saturday, and 74s on Sunday.

In addition to finishing in the top A spot, Beaupre’s weekend was highlighted with a hole-in-one shot on the par three, 11th hole on Sunday.

Wemerman’s 153 made him the club’s B flight champion. His closest competition came from Kirk Barkley with rounds of 79-79.

Brian McNairn, who was solid in round one to tie Mann with a 76, fell back in round two with a 79. His 155 total gave him the senior men’s championship.

Claiming the C flight championship was Doug Warner at 176 with rounds of 90-86. Second spot went to Bob Barclay (94-88).

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