Kevin Cain wins the Atikokan Seniors open Golf Tournament

 

Kevin Cain Wins the Senior Mens Open at Little Falls Golf Course on Aug 9th 2016

Kevin played the front nine in a 38 and improved his score on the back nine with a 37 for a 75 on the day.

He was tied with Greg Tighe with two holes to play, he parred the last two holes while Greg took bogies
on 17 and 18 leaving Kevin with a two-stroke victory.

Larry Ogden took the low net with a 67

70 golfers took part in the tourney and played in nice warm sunny conditions with light winds.

Kevin Was Presented with the Trophy by Ray Laquerre, the tournament chairman.

The rest of the organizing committee, Pete Barna looked after the prizes, Harold Mosley and Richard Lampi helped give them out.

winner of Little Falls Seniors Open Aug 9th 2016_cr_cr

 

many thanks to Sally Speck, Phyllis Mosley, Maxine McCallum, Jeannine Barna and Judy Lamarche,
for the great job they did in checking all the score cards and listing all of the scores for the guys to give out the prices.

championship flight Low Gross winners — Greg Tighe 77, Todd Bryk 78 on a count back, Russ Desserre 78, Don Robertson 79
Low Net Winners — Tim Fairburn 69, Earl Kline 70 on a count back, Frank Calvelli 70, Dave Green 74.

Flight # 1 low Gross winners– Brady Hubert 85, Alton Pollard 87, Raymond Roy 90, John Commine 94 on a count back.
low Net Winners– Gary Ladouceur 71, Art Huntley 76, Roy Lund 78, Jean Lambert 80 on a count back.

Flight # 2 low Gross Winners– Rod Payne 85, Al Holt 86, Ron Speck 88, Gordon Hoskins 90.
low net Winners– Gary Braun 70, John Mano 72 C.B, Bob Whalen 72 C.B. Glenn Boyda 72 C.B.

Flight # 3 low Gross Winners– Brian McCallum sr 96, Scotty Russell 98, Richard Lampi 99, Eli Kemph 100.
low net Winners– Brian McLeod 68, Ivan Pettit 70, Kelly Beauregard 73, Rick Cain 74.

Closest to the hole # 2 Ray Laquerre 14′ 5″.
# 6 Glenn Boyda   21″
# 11 Raymond Roy 10′ 1″
# 15 Tim Fairburn  23″

Most Accurate Drive– Jean Lambert

Longest Drive — Greg Tighe

Shortest Drive — Brian McCallum sr

Most Experienced golfer ( high score) Jim Fowler.

Thanks to all of the golf cart owners who donated their carts for the day, and all   of those who sponsored and/or donated to the event.

Special thanks to Motown, for the great meal prepared for the event..

 

 

Seniors thurday july 23 2015

seniors Thursday:
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The format for the day was best ball on the first 6 holes, alternate shot on holes 7 to 12 and best score on the remaining holes 13 to 18.

Those with handicap under 19 , hit from the white tees on the front nine and from the red tees on the back nine.
the high handicap (20 and up ) hit from the yellow tees on the front nine and from the whites on the back nine.

With this format the golfers with a high handicap played from the white tees had longer shots than the low handicap golfers who played off the red tees on the back nine.

Ed Kennedy and Jean Lambert led the way today scoring a 38 ( a birdie on # 7) on the front nine and a 43 on the back nine, for an 81, which give then first place on the day.

Gary Ladoceur and Richard Lampi came in with a pair of 41’s for second place with an 82.
They had their only birdie on the day on # 5 on the back nine.
Ray Laquerre and Steve Splawski shot an even par 36 on the front nine, they Eagled # 5,
( playing best ball, Ray hit the Green in 2 and Steve drained the eagle putt.) they then birdied # 6.
The back nine was not kind to them, as they shot a 47, they had the best score on the front nine . In spite of all that the turned in an 83 , good for third place.

Franko Calvelli and Scotty Russell had a 40 on the front and a 44 on the back for an 84, good for 4th place.

Fifth place was shared between the team of Barry Anderson and Vern Herbert, who scored a 44 and 42 for a total of 86, and matching that 86 were Ron Speck and Brian McCallum with a 45 on the front and a 41 on the back nine with birdies # 7 on the front and # 3, on the back nine.

Coming in with an 87 were John Williams and Ted McLeod, turning in a 43, with a birdie on # 5 on the front and a 44 on the back nine.

Larry Brown and Harold Mosley shot a 48 on the front nine but took 7 strokes off that score for 41 on the back nine. They birdied # 7 on the back. Their total for the day was an 89.

today was likely the warmest day of the season so far.