Creston Golf Club 2015 championship winners (from left) Marlys Joy

Creston Golf Club hosts club championship

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The Creston Golf Club hosted its club championship on Aug. 22 and 23.

In the ladies division, Cherie Baker was champion, with Yvonne Larsen as low net champion. Leslie Harbison was the senior ladies champion. Marlys Joy won the Doreen Carruthers Trophy.

On the men’s side, Curtis Huscroft was the club champion, with Jared McMillan winning low net. Randy Sterling was the senior champion.

Prizes also went to long drive winner Dave Drennan (320 yards), and horse race winners Darrell Kemle and Angie Pawson.

Ladies 0-21 handicap winners were Baker (low gross) and Harbison (low net), and 22-plus handicap winners were Marlys Joy (low gross) and Angie Pawson (low net).

Men’s 0-9 handicap winners were Huscroft (low gross) and Sterling (low net), 10-14 handicap winners were Terry Mikulak (low gross) and Danny Spring (low net), and 15-plus handicap winners were Wally McGarty (low gross) and Walt Harder (low net).

—CRESTON GOLF CLUB

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