(From left) Men’s low net winner Gord Johnson

Creston and Cranbrook golfers win Creston Golf Club’s Senior Open

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Three Creston golfers and one Cranbrook golfer earned trophies at the Creston Golf Club’s Senior Open Tournament, held June 30 and July 1.

In the men’s division, Creston’s Gord Johnson had a two-day low net score of 130, while Darrell Orth of Cranbrook had a low gross score of 143. The ladies’ low net winner was Leslie Harbison of Creston, with a score of 148, and Cherie Baker, also of Creston, had the low gross score of 163.

The ladies had one flight of golfers, with the winners as follows (from Creston unless otherwise indicated): low gross: Cherie Baker; low net: Leslie Harbison; second low gross: Leslie Weaver (Cranbrook); second low net: Maureen Kashuba; third low gross: Joyce Johnson; third low net: Joanne Prodaniuk.

Men’s winners were:

Age 50-60: low gross: Darrell Orth (Cranbrook); low net: Jeff Long; second low gross: Rick Czar; second low net: Don Vaillancourt; third low gross: Bryan Smithson; third low net: John Desrosier (Golden).

Age 61-65: low gross: Randy Sterling; low net: Ian McDowell; second low gross: Dennis Brown (Cranbrook); second low net: Ross Blair; third low gross: Tim Jost (Kokanee Springs); third low net: Lawrence Ward.

Age 66-70: low gross: Dave Bjarnason (Cranbrook); low net: Dave Handy; second low gross: Tim Park; second low net: Leo Sleik; third low gross: Leif Petersen (Kokanee Springs); third low net: Ed Stemler.

Age 71 and up: low gross: Don Price; low net: Gord Johnson; second low gross: Derrick Bennett (Cranbrook); second low net: Al Garrecht; third low gross: Dereck Larsen; third low net: Jackson Wood.

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