Teeing-up for the championship win

With the weather changing soon enough, golfers took to the course on the weekend.

With the weather changing soon enough, golfers took to the course on the weekend, getting a few more rounds on the green before winter sets in.

Quesnel Golf Course hosted the Club Championship Sept. 20 – 21.

Overall net winner with a score of 135 was Mario Cuglietta, leaving the golf course with a first place win and trophy bag for his efforts.

It was a swing and a hit for second place winner Rob Albers, receiving a QGC hat for his score of 139.

Also taking home a QCG hat was Wayne Carifelle Sr. and his third place score of 141.

Gross winner Wil Beningfield finished the championship with a score of 143, receiving a trophy bag.

Scoring 149 for a second place win and a QGC hat was golfer Wayne Carifelle Jr.

Following behind with a score of 154 was James Pedersen, finishing the championship with a third place win and a QGC hat.

Swinging in for the junior competitors was Cole Henderson, first place gross winner with a score of 160.

Scoring 176 and taking second place was Ryley Merritt. Both winners received a QGC hat for their efforts on the course.

First place net winner Ryan Murray scored 142, following in second place for the juniors net winners was Kris Wert with a score of 187.

Saturday’s long drive winner for hole 10 was Wil Beningfield.

Teeing up for Saturday’s winning KP (closest to the pin) on hole three was Kris Wert.

Mario Cuglietta won KP on hole seven, hole 14’s KP went to Mike Dalgliesh and swinging in for the KP on hole 16 was golfer Ken March.

Sunday’s long drive win on hole 10 went to Rod Albers.

KP winners for Sunday included Brian Harrison for hole three, Wil Beningfield on hole seven, hole 14 winner Phil Vandervelde and Kris Wert for hole 16.

It was another season of golf successfully wrapped-up for Quesnel golf enthusiasts.

For now it’s the long wait for warmer golfing weather.

 

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