Wranglers Golf Scramble a great success

Forgiving weather makes for fun family golf action

100 Mile House Wranglers right winger #17 Justin Bond

The heavens must have emptied everything they had so we could have a good game of golf today.”

100 Mile Wranglers president Tom Bachynski says he was thankful for the wonderful weather during the Wranglers Golf Scramble Fundraiser on July 16.

Seventy-five golfers participated in the competition alongside 13 Western Champion winning Wranglers in a team scramble format.

Defencemen (#21) Jaydon Gilding, Tom Lund, Merle Ross, and Keith Pearson achieved the lowest team score with 62.

The weather was great and there was some good golf to be had,” says Wranglers head coach Dale Hladun.

Afterwards, the Wranglers ring ceremony celebrated the end of the team’s amazing 2015/16 run was held at the 100 Mile Community Hall.

Read the story on Wranglers Ring ceremony on page A21.

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