Morin and Dolan crowned at OVGA Senior Championships
In the Men's Senior Championship presented by the Canadian Golf & Country Club, it took 5 playoff holes, but Larry Morin of Rivermead was able to edge out John Taylor to take home the title. In the Women's Senior Championship, Diane Dolan's 76 was one better than Teri De Luis of Brockville to capture the Janet Matthew A Trophy.
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In Division A of the Women’s Intersectionals presented by Golf-O-Max, it was the host club of Brockville that emerged victorious. The 8-person team captured 32 of the possible 48 points in beating out Royal Ottawa, Carleton, and Rideau View.
In addition to Brockville, there were 13 other clubs who finished atop their divisions. For full results, click here.
Rideau View Captures OVGA Men's Intersectionals Title ... Again
Rideau View showed its stuff, once again winning the A Division of the OVGA Men's Intersectionals presented by Golf-O-Max beating out Rivermead, Ottawa Hunt, and Greyhawk. Rideau View will now host Rivermead, Ottawa Hunt, and Camelot (Division B Winner) in 2017 in its attempt to retain the title.
The OVGA Men's Instersectionals presented by Golf-O-Max saw 64 teams and over 700 golfers represent their clubs in a team match play competition within 16 divisions. For full results of all the divisions, click here.
Jared Coyle and Chloe Wilson Winners at Prescott Golf Club Prescott Golf Club was host to some great junior competition for OVGA Junior City & District Championships. In the boys’ division, Jared Coyle of Carleton Golf & Yacht Club fired a 1 over par 71 to win by one over Braden Wheeler (Perth) and Shawn Patterson (Prescott). In the girls’ division, Chloe Wilson of Mississippi took home the top prize with an 81. Other winners included:
Ffrench/Wolff and Reaney/Costello Take Home Titles at OVGA Mixed The team of Marc Ffrench (Eagle Creek) and Bonnie Wolff (Carleton Golf) shot an even par 72 at Eagle Creek Golf Club to capture the OVGA Mixed. Angie Reaney and Al Costello of Lombard Glen G&CC took home the Bernard & Peggy Turner Davis Mixed Net Trophy with a 7 under 65. The winners for the day included:
Flight 1 Gross (E / 72) – Marc Ffrench (Eagle Creek) and Bonnie Wolff (Carleton Golf)
Flight 2 Gross (+12 / 84) – Catherine and Mike Corkery (Smith Falls)
Flight 3 Gross (+18 / 90) – James and Catherine Ferguson (Hylands)
Flight 1 Net (-7 / 65) – Angie Reanie and Al Costello (Lombard Glen)
Flight 2 Net (-1 / 71) – Catherine and Mike Corkery (Smith Falls)
Flight 3 Net (-2 / 70) - James and Catherine Ferguson (Hylands)
Barkley and Wolff Victorious at OVGA City & District Championship.
This past weekend, Sand Point Golf Club hosted 130 golfers for the 2016 OVGA City & District Championship. In the women's division, Bonnie Wolff of Carleton Golf & Yacht Club took home the Ahearn Trophy with a two day total of 155. Other winners included:
Women’s Div I Net: Judy Collins, Hylands Women’s Div II Net: Sandra Chisholm, Rideau View Rose Bowl: Sandra Chisholm, Rideau View Mina Denison: Rideau View Golf Club Men’s B Champion: Denis Tremblay, Smith Falls
For the Men's A Championship, the top 24 and ties after the first two rounds continued to the third and final round at Rivermead Golf Club. In the end, it was Kurtis Barkley of Cedar Glen winning on the second playoff hole over Ryan Sevigny, both finishing at one under par for the competition.
Over 60 junior golfers from across the Ottawa Valley battled the cold, wind, and rain at Outaouais Golf Club as part of the OVGA Optimist Club Junior Spring Classic. With eight divisions, the event was witness to some great competition with the following players arising victorious:
- Pee Wee Girls – Madeleine Pytura (Rivermead) - Pee Wee Boys – Andrew Millow (GreyHawk) - Bantam Girls – Charlotte Leduc (Hautes Plaines) - Bantam Boys – Brayden Valiquette (Cornwall) - Juvenile Girls – Haley Yerxa (Meadows) - Juvenile Boys – Jake Bryson (Eagle Creek) - Junior Girls – Vivian Sasova (Rivermead) - Junior Boys - Jared Coyle (Carleton)
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