Sparwood Golf Club Tournament Results

The ‘Labour Day Open” at Sparwood Golf Club on September 3 gave away prizes of $6,000 cash to the winners and prizes worth around $2,000.

  • Sep. 11, 2012 12:00 p.m.

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The ‘Labour Day Open” at Sparwood Golf Club on September 3 gave away prizes of $6,000 cash to the winners and prizes worth around $2,000.

 

1st Flight Gross Net

1st Tyler Whitfeild and Adam McDougal

2nd Bob Josephision and Jeff Hawley

 

2nd Flight

1st Steve Rigg and Adam Komenack

2nd Fizz Mckie and Dave Taylor

 

3rd Flight

1st Mike Kaus and Denis Bouvier

2nd Dale Mills and Larry Faulkner

 

4th Flight

1st Fred Komenack and Steve Patmore

2nd Wilf McKechnie and Don Martin

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