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Eaton, Mulligan and Faraday claim victories in Penticton and Summerland Golf tournaments

Eaton’s foursome watz’s to victory

Joan Eaton’s foursome scored 123 to win the Waltz Time June 30 at the Penticton Golf and Country Club. They were followed by Trish Desbrisay’s group at 127. Taking third was Janice Clary’s team at 129, while Susan Long’s team took fourth with 130.

Mulligans sinks victory in Summerland

Carol Mulligan carded 86 to win Tuesday action at the Summerland Golf and Country Ladies Club on June 24. Mulligan took the low gross in the first flight, beating Linda Brussee and Vijai Vaagen by five shots. Low net winners of that flight was Marilyn Tamblyn with 74. Wendi Archer took second at 77. Second flight low gross winner was Helen Benallick carding 99, while Pat Gartrell was second at 102. The low net winner was Yvonne Stelzer at 78. Norma Chambers won the third and final flight low gross with 107. Barb Davis carded 77 for low net.

Faraday takes Canada Day action at Penticton Golf

Graham Faraday, Ron Hyndman, Peter Lighthall and Bert Terry danced away as winners of the 4 Man Waltz competition on Canada Day during Penticton Golf club senior men’s action.  Finishing a distant second was Fred Sapach, John Hall, Walter Tymofievich and Dave Mansell.  Player of the Day honours went to Art Moore for scoring a three on the par five 18th hole.

 

 

 

 

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