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The Quesnel Golf Course hosted the Junior Open Tournament

The Quesnel Gold Course was home to the Junior Open recently.

The Quesnel Gold Course was home to the Junior Open recently.

Our two leaders were tied, so we had an exciting ‘chip’ off where Cole Henderson and Ryan Murray had to pitch onto the 9th green from the clubhouse with the closest shot winning.  Cole Henderson hit the winning shot.   Here are the following results for the 3 divisions:

Division 1:

Low Gross 1st Place – Cole Henderson

2nd Ryan Murray

3rd Brantin Blacklaw

4th Brady Beaudry

5th Brody McCarthy

Division 2:  9 Hole Play

1st Jackson Heinzelman

2nd Malachi Betts

3rd Sebastien Arscott

4th Devyn MacDonald

5th Liam MacDonald

Division 3:  6 Hole Play

1st Khya Aulakh

2nd Lauren Delwisch

3rd Gavin McDevitt

4th Jaden Musselman

5th Elliot Delugos

It was so great to have the support of the community.  Many thanks to Canadian Tire for donation of prizes, A & W provided Root Beer for all, and the Men’s golf club donated more prizes.   Thanks also to volunteers from the Men’s and Ladies golf club who walked with the groups providing assistance on scoring, rules and moral support.

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