Tony Servello golf tournament

The 30th Annual Tony Servello Senior Net Golf Tournament was held on Thursday, July 12 with 72 participants.

The 30th Annual Tony Servello Senior Net Golf Tournament was held on Thursday, July 12 with 72 participants from Fernie and surrounding areas.

The weather held and it was a great day for golfing.  The day started with coffee and donuts at the Fernie Golf & Country Club followed by an exceptional day of golfing.  When the game of golf was completed a turkey dinner was supplied by CP Catering in the very picturesque club house.

The overall low net winner was Dave Kunimoto  of Elkford Golf Club.  There were seven flights all together.  Five men and two women divisions.

The first flight of 55 – 59 men’s low gross was won by Gino Guzzi  with Bill Pachara taking 1st low net.

The second flight of 60 -64 was: Low Gross – Doug Kuntz, Low Net –Tony Gee , 2nd Low Net – Fizz McKie, 3rd Low Net Rick Schroeder.

Third Flight of 65 – 69 was: Low Gross – Jim Henderson, Low Net – Don Jackson,  2nd Low Net – Jim Booth, 3rd Low Net – Jim Robertson.

Fourth Flight of 70 – 74 was: Low Gross – Charlie Mears, Low Net – Claude Martin, 2nd Low Net – Don Haavardsrud, 3rd Low Net – Peter Kuntz, 4th Low Net – Ted King.

Fifth Flight of 75 + was: Low Gross – Tony Servello, Low Net – Peter Caws, 2nd Low Net – Howard Stafford.

Ladies Division – Overall Low Net  – Bonnie Krog. First Flight of 55 – 64 was: Low Gross – Carol Bain, Low Net – Chris Stockey, 2nd Low Net – Pat Moore, 3rd Low Net – Donna Clark.

Second Flight of 65+ was: Low Gross – Patti Kuntz, Low Net – Marilyn Bruschetta, 2nd Low net – Donna Miller.

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