South Okanagan senior golf action

Dale Beddie's team won Penticton senior men action, while Pybus and Smith win Summerland golf action

Dale Beddie’s team with Dave Martin, Allen Kregosky and Don Stinson won the Penticton senior men’s foursome tournament on July 13. They won by shooting 26-under par for 114. In second was Jack Seath, Albert Chenier, Gary Napper and Glen Jacobson with 117.

Pybus, Smith win Summerland ladies golf action

Helen Pybus and Lil Smith won Summerland Golf and Country Ladies Club low gross/net event on July 12.

Pybus took the low gross, while Smith won the low net. In second were Marilyn Tamblyn and Carol Mulligan, in low gross and low net respectively. Second flight winners were Vi Ward for low gross and Barb Oleschuk in low net, while third flight winners were Norma Chambers for low gross and Ellen Clay for low net.

 

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