Senior Thursday morning golf for those 50+ yearsold.
14 golfers toured the course Playing Scramble golf, each player had to use 2 of thier drive on the front nine and the back nine, all played from the red tees.
Jerry Cripps team of Dave Warren, Scottie Russell and Vern Herbert toured the course in 74 strokes good for a tie for first place.
Jean Lambert’s team also shot a 74 to share the weekly honors, Franco Calvelli, Ed Kennedy and Richard Lampi made up this team.
Wayne Thomas, Brent Johnson and Brian McCallum made up team three and the put up a score of 83 to take second place.
Ray Laquerre along with Ray Carlson and Allen Bruyerre took a total of 86 stroked to get around the course.
The course was damp so there was very little roll of the ball when it hit the ground, the greens showed some winter kill but for the most part were in good shape
2016 week 4 seniors golf
this week the format was individual scoring and the best score from each hole was used
to determine the winning team.
16 players took part in senior golf on the first warm sunny golf day of the season
Wayne Thomas organized the teams for the days play.
Team one, Ray Laquerre, Wayne Thomas and Jean Lambert.
Team Two, Jerry Cripps, Don MacDonald and Pete Barna.
Team Three, Gary Ladouceur, Ed Kennedy and Scotty Russell.
Team Four , Steve Splawski,Vern Craven, Franko Calvelli and Brian McLeod.
Team Five, Allan Bruyere, Richard Lampi and Harold Mosley.
Only two of the teams recorded each players scores.
Ed Kennedy shot 47 on the front and 45 on the back nine for a total of 92.
Gary Ladouceur had a 47 on the front and 54 on the back, his total was 101.
Scotty Russell played the front in 50 and the back was another 50 for a 100 score.
their team score was and 86
Allan Bruyere played the front in 52 and the back with another 52 for a 104 on the day.
Richard Lampi shot a 43 on the front nine and a 53 on the back for a total of 96.
Harold Mosley turned in a 45 on the front and a 47 on the back, his total was 92.
The team score was an 80 on the day good for 3rd place.
Ray, Jean and Wayne had the best team score on the day with a 72.
Jerry, Don and Pete turned in a 79 team score.
Steve, Vern, Franko and Brian’s team score was a 84.
Week two of the seniors golf season
The weather looked like the rain would start at any time but 10 hardy golfers braved the cooler temperatures to play 18 holes of golf.
the format for the day was best ball , with the teams chosen by their handicap factor . The teams were scored on the team net score.
team 1 ,Vern Herbert , Jean Lambert and Ed Kennedy with a combined handicap of 54.
Team 2, Brian Mcleod, George Coulson and Vern Craven with a combined handicap of 69.
Team 3 , Wayne Thomas, Gary Ladoceur, Richard Lampi and Allan Bruyere with a combined handicap of 77.
Team 3 turning in a round of 68 with 5 birdies and only one bogie for a low net score of 9.
Team 2 shot an 81 and came in second with a net score of 12.
Team 1 had 3 birdies and an eagle for a round of 70. thier net score was 16,good for third place.
The eagle scored by team 1 on the 10th hole and was the first this year in seniors golf.
Jean Lambert chipped in from about 60 yards out for a great eagle, congrats to the # 1 team of Ed Kennedy, Vern Herbert and Jean Lambert.
Next Seniors golf is on thursday June 2, see you there.
On Friday may 6th, a nice warm sunny day with a slight breeze on the front nine, turned into a windy day for the last nine holes..
Three senior golfers from little Falls golf club, Wayne Thomas, Richard Lampi and Ray Laquerre met up with Gordon Hoskins from the Kitchen Creek golf course to Play at Heron Landing which is on Frog Creek in the Couchiching First Nation Reserve.
Heron Landing Golf Course is a very well looked after course with 5 different tee off’s, with the black tees playing 7136 yards for par 72.
The reds play the shortest with a total of 4589 yards. We played the white tees with the total length of 6211 yards.
Wayne shot the lowest score of the day 88 and had 1 birdie, Gordon shot a 94, Richard shot a 98 with one birdie and Ray turned in a 101 with one birdie.
Each player sampled the water at least once as the water comes into play on 12 of the 18 holes. Ray tested out a few of the sand traps as well and visited some of the rough.
It was a pleasant day on the course, the course at Little Falls had not opened yet so the players drove 90 miles to play at Heron Landing.