Jonas Montgomery wins championship

Jonas Montgomery, putting for the win, once again emerged as the Overall Low Gross winner in this years championship.

Jonas Montgomery

The men flocked to the golf course all weekend for their club championship competition. When the dust had settled, Jonas Montgomery, (putting above for the win) once again emerged as the Overall Low Gross winner. Jonas eagled two holes on the back nine Saturday to inch into a 2-stroke lead heading into Sunday. He followed up strong on Sunday with a 2-day total of 146 and will have his name engraved on the new “Fred Gee Cup” named after “Steady Freddy Gee” who captured the club championship title at least 14 times during his reign at our course.

Overall Low Net winner for the weekend was Marcel Lamoureux who shot a total net score of 136 making his tournament debut.

1st Low Gross winners in the three flights were Bill Montgomery, Bob Paterson, and Wayne Anderson. 1st Low Net winners were Glenn Weissbach, Rusty Whelpton, and Joe Beausoleil. 2nd Low Gross winners were Jake Greening, Murray White, and Cliff Lindley. 2nd Low Net winners were Cal Haw, Al Dubuc, and Gary Dobe. 3rd Low Gross winners were Ryan O’Neil, Bob Wicks and Bob Montgomery, and the 3rd Low Net winners were Drew Erickson, Tom McLaren, and Stan Poslowski Jr.

 

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