Barry MacLean and Rob Felsch

Redstone host to Men’s Open

The Men’s Open was held at Redstone this weekend.

The Men’s Open was held at Redstone this weekend. The event was a combined two day score.

The overall low gross went to Gary Janni and the top net was Tom Hall. There were four flights of Handicaps:

Low Gross

0-5

1. Jordan Melanson

2. Brad Richey

3: John Dedels

6-11

1. Ted Sanders

2. John Bue

3. Bud Taggart

12-19

1. Russ Beauchamp

2. Rod Allan

3. Gord Aiken

20+

1. Gary Hunter

2. Brian Barber

3. Matt Wolohan

Low Net

0-5

1. Kim Lansdowne

2. Matt Zanier

3. Dan Janni

6-11

1. Ken Bojechko

2. Fred Folkers

3. Barry MacLean

12-19

1. Doug Lowe

2. Jim Gouk

3. Curtis Lorenz

20+

1. Chris McCance

2. Mike Flood

3. Bruce Harris

 

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