100 golfers vie for championship

Galen Johnson shot a 144 gross score and reclaimed the title of Low Gross Champion.

Aaron Gould captured the Overall Low Net title with a score of 138. Galen Johnson shot a 144 gross score and reclaimed the title of Low Gross Champion.

This past weekend saw almost 100 golfers take to the immaculately groomed Princeton Golf Course to vie for the title of the Princeton Men’s Open Champion. After 36 holes of competition, we are proud to announce that Galen Johnson shot a 144 gross score and reclaimed the title of Low Gross Champion.  Aaron Gould blasted a blistering second round of golf and captured the Overall Low Net title with a score of 138.

First Round Gross winners in the 4 flights were: Keith Westover, Brent Bowden, Tom McLaren and Ed Simpson. The first round Net Winners were Curtis Sloan, Wes Irwin, Jim Elko, and Gary Dobe.

Second Round Gross Winners were Jake Greening, Harold Heldgerson, Ron Graff Jr. and Wayne Anderson, while the Net Winners for that flight were Mike Crouse, George Basran, Tyler Willis and Ron Graff Sr.

Third Flight Low Gross winners were Mike Davies, Chris Hicks, Al Dubuc, and Jim Emmons while the Net Winners for that flight were Ron Marshall, Harry Bargen, Clayton Vermette and Rob Hicks.

Fourth Flight Low Gross winners were Jonas Montgomery, Eddy Page, Kent Gibson and Stan Poslowsky Jr. The Low Net winners were Drew Erickson, Len Castle, Kelvin Smith and Joe Beausoleil.

Alan Lawes won the Putting contest while Jesse McLean won the Chipping contest. The course was in prime condition and the chef-prepared meals ensured that the local and visiting golfers all enjoyed a successful weekend.

 

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