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Bernard, Ball lead way at senior golf event at Green Gables

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CAVENDISH, P.E.I. – Randy Bernard and Steve Ball shot the lowest scores during the Experience Hyundai senior men's golf tour stop at Green Gables Golf Club.

Bernard and Ball led all seniors with scores of 76

followed by Ron Garrett 77 and Marty Koughan 78.

In the super senior division, Bill Arsenault shot a 77 to edge out Peter Clark, who shot 78, followed by George Stewart 80 and Mike McCarville 81.

The next event is at Glen Afton on June 11 starting at 11 a.m.


Senior Golf

Results from the recent Experience Hyundai senior men's golf tour stop at Green Gables Golf Club.

Player            Scores

Senior Division

Randy Bernard  76

Steve Ball          76

Ron Garrett        77

Marty Koughan   78

Mel Bernard        80

Tony Perry          80

Steve MacIsaac  80

Malcolm Reid      80

Paul Earnshaw    80

Ken Fraser           81

Danny Kneabone  81

Scott Purdy           81

Dave Clarke         82

Alan Montgomery 82

Shane MacClure 83

Alan Pickard        85

Paul Bent            85

Gary Moore         85

Wayne Jean        85

Jim West             86

Norm Platt           86

Wayne Crosby    86

Alan Aitken         86

Jim MacIntyre    88

Gerard MacNeil  89

Donnie Brown    89

Shane Hogan    90

Merlin Affleck     91

Sid Stead           91

Lowell Kurylyk    92

Paul Ramsay      94

Jeffrey Barnes    98

Super Seniors Division

Bill Arsenault       77

Peter Clark          78

George Stewart   80

Mike McCarville   81

Mike Sullivan       84

Ken Gunn            84

Joe Brown           84

Mike Fitzgerald    85

Jamie Lund          86

Eugene Murphy   87

Bert DesJardins  87

Sean Joyce         88

Don Ling             88

Grant MacLeod  89

Wayne Brown    89

Len MacLellan   90

Frank Morrison   91

Ken Kelly            92

Wayne Aason     93

Kennie MacWilliams 93

Frank Gaudet    94

Peter MacNeil    94

Bob Dickson      95

Ray Arsenault    96

The closest to the hole winners were Gerard MacNeil (seniors) and Bert Desjardins (super seniors).

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