Glen Murray fired a 1-under 35 to lead all competitors in Thursday men’s league action at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf Club last week.
His stellar round also accrued the most Stableford scoring points, with 24.
Other men’s winners were: Longest drive: A.J. Harlond (#3), longest putt: Tim Taylor (#2), Kevin MacLean (#5), closest to the pin: Rick Janes (#4), Richard Cook (#9), closest to the 150-yard marker: Michael Eagen (#8).
Five players won net skins: Taylor (#2), Bernard Marlow (#3), John Reynolds (#8), Johnson Hu (#9) and Quinton Spagnol, with a net double eagle on #7. Stephen Jenkins’ birdie on #9 took the lone gross skin.
In Tuesday WOOFs league action, Ted Carmichael led with a 38 while Terry Catney had low net (33). Oleh Hrycko won the hidden hole (#5) with a birdie and Bill Katrynuk was closest to the pin on #4.
Nine-hole women’s league players competed for the Member’s Cup on Tuesday, which was won by Candace Maclean with a net score of 33.
Other winners were: Longest putt: Marlene Sibbald (#3) and Deborah Williams, closest to the pin in two shots on #9.
Top gross scores were: Williams (48), Suzanne Watson (49), and Kim Hrycko and Suzanne Rate, both with a 50.
In 18-hole women’s play, Yolanda Henry won low gross, followed by Cathy Murray, Lisa Allen, Valerie Chubey and Margot Richardson.
Murray was tops in low net, followed by Henry, Richardson and Marie Ellison, and Allen and Chubey.
Other winners were: Martha Cruikshank (closest to the pin #13), Chubey (longest drive #5) and Murray (longest Putt #8). Three women – Murray, Christine Earl and Peggy Larder – shared fewest putts honours, with 29 each.