Marmot Ridge Men’s Night attracts 26 golfers

Young guns take home a lot of cash for their performances

Roger Hood made a short chip shot onto the green of the first hole at Marmot Ridge Golf course. Hood came in second for low gross and closest to the pin for the Callaway division during Men's Night on May 12.

Twenty-six golfers competed at Men’s Night at the Marmot Ridge Golf Course on May 12, with 13 members playing the handicap group and 13 playing in the Callaway division.

Despite initial rain, the guys came out and played a good round of golf.

The young guys, Brett Tassell and Lynden Jeffery, came away with several awards, while Heik Tuomi and Roger Hood showed great skill in the Callaway division.



First Low Gross: L. Jeffery.

First Low Net: Ken Mills.

Longest Drive: Vern Jeffery.

Closest to pin: Sean Watson, first; and L. Jeffery, second.

Longest putt: Jim Bicknell.



Low Gross: Tuomi, first; Hood, second.

Longest Drive: Tassell.

Closest to pin: Tassell, first; Hood, second.

Longest put: Tuomi.

Just Posted

Provincial government needs to fund search and rescue: CRD

CRD board wants NCLGA resolution calling on the province to ensure secured funding is in place for SAR groups

100 Mile House Soccer Association has more players signed up at this point than last season

Overall, the association has 140 kids signed up but the number to beat is 300

100 Mile House and District Council considers immigration pilot program

Over 30 communities will participate in Regional Entrepreneur Immigration Pilot Program

Former 100 Mile Curling Club member to represent province

Hannah Lindner played at the club from 2008 to 2015

100 Mile Bantam House Royals lose 3-1 in final

Last year, the team lost every single game. This year they won all but one.

Sparks fly as SUV speeds down wrong side of Highway 1 trying to flee RCMP

Captured on video, the vehicle headed westbound against oncoming traffic before crashing

Bobrovsky perfect as Blue Jackets blank Canucks 5-0

Vancouver shut out for 10th time this season

Story of Wet’suwet’en Chief Alfred Joseph being told

Song of the Earth on Chief Gisday’wa will be launched in Hagwilget

Houston woman gets two years for aggravated assault

Ewald pleads guilty; trial of co-accused Calvin Dyrland begins in Smithers B.C. court

Fundraising campaign launched for man caught in SilverStar avalanche

In only two days, the GoFundMe surpassed its $15,000 goal

Terror at sea: Helicopter rescues frightened cruise passengers in Norway

The Viking Sky cruise ship was carrying 1,300 passengers and crew when it experienced engine trouble

Search and rescue team helicopters injured climber from B.C. provincial park

A 30-year-old woman suffered a suspected lower-limb fracture in Skaha Bluffs Provincial Park

DOJ: Trump campaign did not co-ordinate with Russia in 2016

Attorney General William Barr said special counsel “does not exonerate” Trump of obstructing justice

Trudeau in Vancouver to support Tamara Taggart at Liberal nomination event

The former broadcaster is seeking the nomination for the Vancouver Kingsway riding

Most Read