Mattice and Barkley IGC club champs

Club champions Brent Mattice and Nancy Barkley.

IROQUOIS – For the third year in a row, Nancy Barkley won the Ladies club championship at the Iroquois Golf Course. Her low-gross tournament score of 169 earned her name on the Fred Brouse Memorial plaque for the year. This is her sixth club championship in the last seven years.

Brent Mattice picked up his second Men’s club championship in the last three years, putting his name on the Dale Simms memorial plaque with his low-gross score of 150 for the tournament.

In the Ladies tournament, Vera Legault’s low-net score of 134 earned her the win in A flight while in B flight, Tina Mattice shot 194 for the tournament, to take the low-gross win in that class. There was no low-net winner for that flight. Karen Cooke took the low-gross C flight win, shooting 193 for the tournament. Sandy Clark was the low-net winner for C flight. Donna Vawer won low-gross in D flight with a 231 for the tournament. No low-net was awarded in D flight. In the Senior Ladies tournament, Gail McCallam won low-gross with a 90. Sue Sloan was low-net winner with a 71. Kathy Hardy won the Super Senior Ladies (65+) with her low-net score of 71.

In the Men’s tournament, Dave Cherry’s score of 142 earned him the low-net win in A flight. Chris Barkley took home the top prize in B flight, shooting 160 for the tournament and winning low-gross. Kent Smith had the low-net win for the flight with a 145. Fred Vawer won C flight with his low-gross score of 179, Ed Orlicky was low-net winner with a score of 148. Les Craig won the D flight with his low-gross score of 202.

In the Senior Men’s competition, Frank Nieuwdoop won low-gross shooting 72 for the tournament. Perry Swank’s low-net score of 62 was good for the low-net championship. In the Super Senior (65+) division, Ed Orlicky won with his low-net score of 68.

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