Sixty golfers in teams of two took part in the Second Annual Senior Men’s Open, a 55 years and older, 18-hole tournament at the 108 Golf Resort on Aug. 14.
The overall lowest net score belonged to the local pair of Bob Weiduwilt and Dan Hadden.
Eddy Page and Ron Marshall fired lowest overall gross.
Second lowest net was Harish Natha and Fred Roath.
Jeff Kendy and Jim Munden were the second lowest gross-scoring team.
Third lowest net belonged to Vern Bell and Keith Pearson.
Laurie Webster and Bill Klassen shot fourth lowest net.
Fifth lowest net went to the pair of Ron Tonts and Ron Thurston.
Spence Henderson and and Erv Hannah were sixth lowest net.
Seventh lowest net was Karam Parsad and James Seeley.
Ron Bisaro and John Hoyrup scored eighth lowest net.
The tourney also had skills events – long drives, closest to the pins, and long putts.
Seeley punched the longest drive on No. 2; Ron Marshall hit the longest drive on No, 16; Mike McMullen drove longest on No. 7; and Bisaro hit the longest drive on No. 17.
Grant Martin hit closest to the pin on No. 8; Bell shot closest on No. 14; Henderson got it closest on No. 12; and Natha rolled it closest on No. 15.
Al Sidor dropped the longest putt on No. 9 and Martin sunk the longest putt on No. 18.
The next big tournament at the 108 Golf Resort is the Men’s Cariboo Open, which goes Sept. 4-6.
For the first time in a decade, there’s a waiting list to enter the 54-hole annual tournament, which filled up a month a go with 120 golfers.