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Sports: Golfers mark Canada Day in fine style
Santa and Mrs. Claus (Tim and Kathy Taylor) joined members of the NOTL Golf Club's Nine & Dine league on Friday to kick off the Canada Day long weekend early. KEVIN MACLEAN
Members of the NOTL Golf Club's nine and 18-hole women's leagues got together Tuesday for a joint scramble and luncheon all in celebration of Canada Day. KEVIN MACLEAN
Marion MacIntyre was all decked out in her Canada Day finery, including funky sunglasses, for the nine and 18-hole women's scramble at the NOTL Golf Club on Tuesday. KEVIN MACLEAN

Niagara-on-the Lake golfers were resplendent in red and white to celebrate Canada Day.

On Tuesday, 52 members of the NOTL Golf Club’s nine and 18-hole women’s leagues held a four-player scramble.

The top group was Sue Sherk, Louise Robitaille, Patty Garriock and Penny Bannister. Second were Margot Richardson, Janice White, Sherry Gysler and Michele Darling.

In third were Deborah Williams, Martha Cruickshank, Lucy Brookhouser and Trish Anthony.

On Friday, the club’s Nine & Dine league had a special visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus (Tim and Kathy Taylor) as the group held its Canada Day bash a bit early.

In last Thursday’s men’s league, Jim McMacken was again the top shooter, with a 1-under 35. He also had the best Stableford points score.

Other winners: Norm Kerr (closest to 150 on #1), Ted Carmichael (longest putt #2) and A.J. Harlond (longest drive #3). Closest to the pin were John Sobil (#4) and Zach Luis (#9).

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