KGC President John Birrell (right) presenting the trophy to overall winner Jeff Ablett (left). (Submitted file).

KGC, Bootleg Gap host East Kootenay Seniors Tournament

The East Kootenay Seniors 2018 Tournamnet was held at Kimberley Golf Club (KGC) and Bootleg Gap this past weekend.

KGC President John Birrell says that despite the cool and windy weather, the 54 golfers from Kimberley, Cranbrook, Canmore, Fairmont, Windermere, Balfour and Radium endured and were happy it didn’t rain.

For the third year in a row the event was sponsored by Karly Berry of Sun Life Financial.

The result from the two day event are as follows:

Overall Winner: Jeff Ablett, Kimberley

Overall Low Net: Al Shaw, Kimberley

Ages 55-62: 1st Low gross, Keith Mufford, Balfour

2 Low gross, Don McElwee, Cranbrook

1 Low net, Ray MacDonald, Windermere

2 Low net, Jim Horne, Fairmont

Ages 63-66: 1 Low gross, Chuck Sinclair, Kimberley

2 Low gross, Brad Murphy, Kimberley

1 Low net, Jay Bannatyne, Cranbrook

2 Low net, Real Emond, Kimberley

Ages 67-69: 1 Low gross, Terry Oscarson, Kimberley

2 Low gross, Dennis Schick, Kimberley

1 Low net, George Julien, Radium

2 Low net, Con Taillon, Radium

Ages 70 +: 1 Low gross, John Ough, Kimberley

2 Low gross, John Scanland, Kimberley

1 Low net, Les Furber, Canmore

2 Low net, Bill McLelland, Kimberley

BC Seniors Amateur Qualifiers: Jeff Ablett, Brad Murphy, Chuck Sinclair and Al Shaw.

 

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