Carol Mulligan won the hidden holes game at Summerland Golf. Submitted photo

Okanagan senior golf results

Results from Penticton and Summerland senior golf action

Doug Peters team with Art Moore, Bob Cowan and Don Stinson won Stableford action in Penticton Senior Men’s golf on Aug. 23. They defeated Mike Crowson, Dirk Schmitt and Don Stinson.

Last week, the team of Gord Barnes, Lloyd Sherrard, Gord Sheehan, Glenn Hornick and Bert Stalman won the 5 Man tournament with a score of 180 (-30). The team of Paul Heatlie, Richard Tutt, Albert Chenier, Bob Elliot and Al Cartwright also scored 180 but finished second due to a count back.

Summerland Ladies action

The ladies at the Summerland Golf and Country Club used hidden holes to calculate scores. The pros at the course helped by selecting the nine holes to be revealed following the game. Once the scores were added, the total was doubled and subtracted from a handicap resulting in Carol Mulligan winning. She scored 66, which was eight shots better than Vi Ward’s 74. Second flight winner was Vijai Vaagen with 69 and Pat Stohl with 70. Norma Chambers won the third flight with 74, while Ellen Clay was second with 78.

Last week Mulligan won the Stableford format awarding points for eagles, birdies pars and bogies. Mulligan, 39, defeated Lil Smith who scored 38. Second flight winner was Lanette Graham with 39 and second went to Frances Colussi with 34. Chambers took the third flight with 40. Barb Oleschuk had 39.

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