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Sports: Tutton, Neudorf top shooters in NOTL men’s league
Warren Tutton, shown practising his chipping prior to a previous round, was the top shooter in NOTL men's league play last Thursday. FILE

The older and younger generations took turns leading the way in the first two weeks of men’s league competition at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf Club.

Ageless octogenarian Warren Tutton led the pack in week 1, shooting a 1-over par 37. And under-30 lefty Devon Neudorf was top dog in week 2 with an even-par 36.

He also picked up a gross skin for an eagle 3 on the par-5 third hole.

Other week 2 winners: Earl Shore (best Stableford score with 26 points), Gary Stuggins and Dan Regan (net eagles on #1 and #2 respectively), Michael Sanders, Ben Berti and Don Stewart (gross skins for birdies on #5, 6 and 8),  Norm Kerr (closest to 150 marker #1), Patrick Craig (longest putt #2), Zach Luis (longest drive #3), A.J. Harlong and Mark Derbyshire (closest to the pin #4 and #9).

Other week 1 winners: Derbyshire, Ricky Watson and James Grigjanis-Meusel (net skins #1, 3 and 5), Dan Plomish (closest to 150 marker #1), Doug McCulloch (longest putt #2), Patrick Craig (longest drive #3), Quinton Spagnol (closest to the pin #4) and Stuggins (closest to the pin #9).

Last Tuesday, Stuggins was again a winner, shooting a 2-over 38 to win low gross in WOOFs league play. Norm Kerr was one behind at 39.

Five others shot 41, including low net winner Mike Freel. Ernie Jensen was the hidden hole winner with a birdie on #3.

This week, Drew Porter’s 39 was top dog, Mike Mott was low net winner and Brock Samson won the hidden hole (birdie #5).

On Tuesday, 29 members of the 9-hole women’s league competed and top scorers were Patty Garriock (47),  Judy Wright and Susan Horne (48) and Penny Green (51).

Longest drive on #3 was Cathy Saytar and the sand shot winners were  Sherry Gylser and Ellen Smith.

Last Tuesday also was the first day of play for the 18-hole women’s league.

The top three groups in a team competition were: Sharron Marlow, Cathy Murray and Marie Ellison (67), Michele Darling, Carolyn Porter and Diana Dimmer (72) and Brenda Bell, Robin Foster, Cathy Taylor and Yolanda Henry (74).

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