Windup tourney ends golf season

About 20 men and 15 women participate in final club tournament

Organized golf is over for the year at Lacarya. After 22 weeks of fun golf competition, the ladies and men’s golf nights are done.

The windup club tournament was held on Saturday, Sept. 24. About 20 men and 15 women participated. It was a perfect day for golf; not too hot or cold and no rain with the course in great condition.

After golf we had a fine steak dinner and music from Clearwater Secondary School’s Garage Band.

Tanya Desjarlais won the ladies’ low gross trophy and Madeline Klassen won the low net trophy. Richard Knowles won for low gross and Lorne Wright won for low net. There were also many dollar prizes for other scores, both skillful and lucky. Thanks to Heinz and Linda and their staff for a great day and a great season.


This summer has had lots of great golfing. Local sponsors this year have been: Buy Low Foods, Home Hardware, Lacarya, Painted Turtle Restaurant, Pharmasave, Risson Realty/ Century 21, and Wells Grey Inn. Your support throughout the season is much appreciated.



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