Morningstar Club Champions Josee Deslauriers and Robbie Potesta proudly show off their trophies. — Submitted photo

Deslauriers, Potesta top Morningstar Club event

The Morningstar Golf Club Championships was held Sept. 7-8 and it featured a good turnout.

The two-day summer season-ending tournament featured 38 competitors with three men’s flights and one ladies flight.

The golf course was in excellent condition with players commenting on the best greens conditions of the year.

The weather, although was not at its best, it did co-operated full with a few drops of rain falling only after the final groups finished play.

After two days of fun and competive golf, Robbie Potesta scored a two-day total of 147 to win the Men’s Club title.

The overall low net winner was Doug Grinder.

In the women’s event, Josee Deslauriers carded a two-day total of 158 to win the overall title whith Sue Brown posting the overall low net score.

In other results:

Ladies Flight: Low Gross – Sally Dobler; Low Net – Teresa Dowell

Men’s “A” Flight: Low Gross – Alan Oslie; Low Net – Rick Duerden

Men’s “B” Flight: Low Gross – Tim Dowell; Low Net – Dale Thompson

Men’s “C” Flight: Low Gross – Glen Riley; Low Net – Glen Popp

— NEWS Staff

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