Seniors storm the links

The seniors golf tournament in Quesnel saw 94 over-50 golfers compete for top honours

Lorne Martindale

The weather held for a great weekend of golf for 94 seniors, all 50 years plus. Golfers came to Quesnel from all over the province including Quesnel, Williams Lake, Prince George and 100 Mile House. Thanks to many local sponsors there was a fantastic prize selection for the winners. The tournament consisted of four flights from lowest to highest handicaps with approximately 24 players in each flight. The overall winner for low gross score was Brian Wells from Prince George who narrowly beat out Rick Smith from Quesnel by one stroke. Brian’s score was even par for the two days at 142. The overall low net winner was Ken Worobets from Quesnel with a score of 133 (nine under par.) Worobets was a full five strokes better than his nearest rival Ken Klapstein also from Quesn

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