Event Results
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2008
 
   
Men's Tournaments
Ladies' Tournaments
Junior Tournaments
  May 7  Kickers Scramble   May 14  Scramble   June 3  Adult / Junior Alternate Shot
  May 28  Opening Field Day

  June

4  Opening Field Day   July 4  Field Day
  June 11  2 Person Best Ball   June 17  Field Day   July 18  Field Day
  June 25  Field Day   July 5  Fun Day   Aug 8  2 Person Best Ball
  July 9  4 Person Best Ball   July 16  Scramble   Aug 15  2 Person Scramble
  July   23  Field Day

  July

30  Field Day   Aug 22  Club Championship
  Aug 5  Master's Scramble   Aug 13  Field Day      
  Aug 20  Field Day   Aug 26-27  Club Championship
Mixed Events
  Sept 2-3  Club Championship   Sept 10  Closing Field Day   May 27  Opening - Ryder Cup
  Sept 17  Closing Field Day
Ladies' OVGA EVENTS
  June 24  Buick Challenge
  Sept 23  Munro Challenge
July
(TBA)  Ladie's Intersectionals   July 22  Glow Ball
  Oct 22  Polar Bear         Aug 19  Divorce Court Open
Men's OVGA EVENTS
        Sept 16  Scramble
  July 9  Men's Intersect.@ Hammond         Oct 14  Closing - Cross Country
  Sept 5  Senior Intersect.@ Glen Mar            
                 

Men's 2000 Events Schedule

 

SUNDAY, MAY 7TH - KICKERS SCRAMBLE   back to top

The Men's Kickers Scramble was won by the team of Brian Cloutier, John Sauve and Doug Neeley who fired a 10 under par 60 to win by 1 stroke over the team of Wayne Stiles, Jim Killeen, John Wiggins and Barry Craig.

SUNDAY, MAY 28TH - OPENING FIELD DAY    back to top

Brian (Wally) Wallace fired a smooth 75 (net 64) to capture top spot for the day. Barry Craig shot an 82 (net 64) to tie Brian but Barry was forced to leave the course due to prior commitments and was unable to enter the playoff.

Dan Robertson captured low gross for the day with a 72 followed by Greg Nezan at 73, Mike Kelly at 75 and Kevin Ryan with a 76.

Low net honors in A flight went to Kevin Ryan with a net 67 (retrogression) followed by Greg Nezan also with a net 67.

Low net in B flight was won by Dean Lavigne with a net 67 followed by Paul Lebeau with a net 68.

C flight low net was won by Don Shalla with a net 66. Andy Boulanger notched a net 68 to finish in second spot.

D flight low net was won by Frank Pecora, net 66, followed by Shaun Sharpe with a net 68.

SUNDAY, JUNE 11TH - MEN'S 2-PERSON BEST BALL    back to top

Peter Beerli and Peter Boyd captured the June 2 Man Bestball with a 12 under par 58. Three teams were tied in second spot at 59 including Gord Culletin/Rick Takahera, Brent Pierce/Kevin Ryan and the defending champs Randy Rockburn/Larry Morris.

SUNDAY, JUNE 25TH - FIELD DAY    back to top

The June Field Day was held under extremely trying conditions. Don Shalla edged Dean Lavigne in three-hole playoff after both golfers fired net 66's for the day.

Dan Robertson fired a 73 to capture low gross honors followed by Dean Lavigne and Kevin Turcotte with 79's. Dan Robertson was the A flight net winner with 68, followed by Kevin Turcotte in B with a 68, Randy Rockburn in C with a 68 and Wayne Carty in D with a 70.

SUNDAY, JULY 9TH - WILLOW TREE (4-MAN) BEST BALL   back to top

The Four Man Best Ball was played on July 9 and the three-man team of Don Dugal, John Wiggins and Larry Morris captured top spot with a net 47 for the day. Tim Byrne, Kevin Savard, Brent Munro and Dan Lynch finished in second spot with net 50 and Wayne Stiles, Blake Wimperis, Charlie Calder and Bob Hinshaw finished in third spot with a net 52. Great shooting by all of the teams!

SUNDAY, JULY 23TH - FIELD DAY   back to top

The July Field day was won by Kevin Turcotte who shot a net 62 (gross score of 75) to win by two strokes over Ted Davies. Dale McKenzie had the low gross for the day with a 73. Dan Robertson and Mike Kelly both shot 75 and Kevin Ryan had a 76 to round out the top five.

Net winners included Kevin Ryan in A flight with a net 67, Wayne Stiles in B flight with a net 65 (retrogression over Charlie Clarke who also had a net 65), Hayden Pleau in C flight with a net 66 and Wayne Carty in D flight with a net 66. The next stop on the men's Mad tour is the popular Masters Scramble on August 6.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 6TH - MASTER'S SCRAMBLE   back to top

The ever popular Masters Scramble was held on August 5 and the team led by Gary Grainger with Andy Boulanger, Hayden Pleau and Hal Grainger emerged from a three way, sudden death shootout to capture the top spot. Dan Robertson, Doug Robertson, Kevin Turcotte and Brian Girdwood ended up in second spot followed by Mike Kelly, Steve Wilson, Ed McPherson and Heinz Ebert. All of the teams shot an impressive score of 59.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 20TH - KEVIN SULLIVAN MEMORIAL FIELD DAY   back to top

The August Field Day, which is the men's final tournament prior to the Club Championships was held on August 20th and some great scores were turned in for the day. Frank Pecora won the day with a net 61, followed by Bill Hinton with a net 62. Jack Killeen shot the low gross for the day with a 72. Gary Grainger and Greg Nezan shot 74 and Kevin Turcotte fired a 75.

A flight was won by Charlie Clark with net 66 (76-10) followed by Brain Wallace and Dave Peskett with net 68's (87-10).

The B flight low net was won by Kevin Turcotte with a 64 (75-11). John Carty, Ed McPherson and Ranny Gauvreau each had net 67's (81-14).

C flight was won by Rick Bertrand with a 63 (82-19). Rob Cathcart had a 63 (82-19) followed by Chris McMullen's 67 (86-19), Brent Munro's 68 (85-17) and Ron (Happy) Gilmour with a 68 (85-17).

Wayne Carty's 63 (85-22) was good enough to capture the D flight honors. Robert Floyd with a 64 (90-26) was the runner up.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2ND AND MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3RD - CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND   back to top

Dan Robertson posted a come from behind win at the Madawaska Men's Club Championships on the weekend. Dan fired a final round 69 (along with an opening round of 76) to finish the two rounds at 145. Gary Grainger finished in second spot with a 147. Brian Cloutier also shot a 147 to finish in third spot. The day one leaders included Brian Cloutier at 68 followed by Dave Babineau at 72. Kevin Ryan, Jamie Pirie, Greg Nezan and Gary Grainger all shot 73 on the opening day.

The B Class Championship was won by Dale McKenzie with a two round total of 149. Doug Robertson finished in second spot with a 155 followed by Kevin Turcotte with a 156. The first round leaders in B included Dale McKenzie with a 74, Kevin Turcotte with a 75 and Doug Robertson, Ted Davies and Mike Fassbender with 78's. Dale also won the Marcellus trophy which is awarded to the low net score for the tournament. Dale and Brian Cloutier each carded a net total of 127. Dale prevailed in the three-hole playoff.

The C Class Champion for 2000 is Barry Craig who chipped in on the first playoff hole to edge Don Shalla. Barry and Don both shot two round totals of 164. The day one leaders in C Class included Barry Craig at 81, Dan Lynch and Tim Byrne at 82 and Fred Richardson and Hayden Pleau at 83. Paul Lebeau ended up in third spot at 165 followed by John Sauve at 169.

D Class was won by Doug Carty (who led from start to finish) with a two round total of 173. Denis Bouchard finished in second spot at 180. Wayne Carty also shot 180 to finish in third spot. The first day leaders included Doug Carty at 87, Robert Floyd and Larry Morris at 88 and Wayne Carty at 89.

Barry Craig was also awarded the Senior Club Championship trophy. Barry's net total for the two days was 130. Fred Richardson finished in second spot with a 135 followed by Larry Morris also with a 135.

The course was in superb condition and the low scores were a reflection of the weather and the course conditions. Special thanks to Rick Munro and Rick Bertrand and the rest of the Madawaska staff for the exceptional playing conditions over the two days.

This was the first major competition held on the new course layout. A check of the scores on the new holes revealed some very interesting (mostly high) numbers. Have faith folks - we will learn to play them soon. Warren Mooney and Rick Munro along with Club Captain, Tim Byrne presented a prize table valued at over $6,000. A total of 55 prizes were awarded to the ninety golfers who started the two-day event. A great end to the competitive season at the Madawaska.

Special thanks to Ted Davies and El Strauss for scoring this event as well as all of our tournaments and men's days throughout the year. The scoring and information boards at the Madwaska are the finest in the valley without question. Ted and El have carried the tradition forward from Rolly Clarke and Al Howard who started the original scoring boards in the early 1970's. Great jobs lads.

On a very positive note, our 2000 club champion, Dan Robertson is heading to Waterloo University in the Business and Math program. Dan is in the co-op program, which may make it difficult for him to return to the Arnprior area and defend his title in 2001. Dan also captured the club championship in 1998 and we all hope he can come back to defend his title next year. Waterloo University is not only gaining one of the top amateur golfers in the Arnprior area but also a fine young man with a great outlook on life and sports. Good luck Dan from all your friends at the Madawaska and we will all miss you. Another one of the Madawaska staff is off to school in Peterborough at Sir Sanford Fleming College. Amanda Munro is entering her second year in the Kawartha region and everyone will miss her presence in the pro shop. Good luck Amanda.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17TH - CLOSING FIELD DAY   back to top

Bob Sherrard with a net score of 60 won the Men's closing field day. Dennis Bouchard finished in second spot with a net score of 63.

Gary Grainger fired a 71 to capture the low gross for the day followed by Greg Nezan with a 72. Greg Nezan (net 66) and Rod Howe (net 68) were the low net winners in A flight followed by Andy Boulanger (net 65) and Denny O'Connell (net 66) in B flight.

Rob Cathcart had a net 65 to capture C flight in retrogression over Hal Grainger. Doug Carty captured D flight with a net 67 followed by Wayne Carty with a net 68.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23RD - MUNRO CHALLENGE - TEAM MADAWASKA   back to top

The Team from the Pakenham Highlands Golf Club won the 8th annual Munro Challenge in their first year of competition with a two shot victory over the team from the Arnprior Golf Club. Pakenham's best ten of fourteen gross scores totaled 798, which edged the score of 800 shot by the team from Arnprior. The host squad from the Madawaska Golf Club was 11 strokes off the pace at 811 and the team from Mountain Creek finished at 830.

John Stokes from Pakenham shot a very impressive score of 71 in less than ideal conditions to lead the Pakenham squad to victory. John was also the low man for the day in the field of 56 golfers. Jason McCormick and Terry Lampole each shot 77 to lead the Arnprior team. Greg Nezan shot a 73 and Gary Grainger shot 74 to lead the team from the Madawaska Golf Club and Don Robertson (the reigning men's club champion) from Mountain Creek fired a 74 to lead his squad. Paul Hobin from Arnprior had the longest drive for the day and Rod Howe from the Madawaska was the closest to the pin. Terry Lampole from Arnprior and Barry Theros from Mountain Creek (with a very impressive eagle 2 on the 17th hole) shared the cleaners for the day.

The annual competition currently has the Arnprior squad on top with five victories followed by the Madawaska Golf Club with two victories and Pakenham with one.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22ND - POLAR BEAR   back to top

A good turnout for the annual Polar Bear tournament enjoyed nice weather for the event.

The overall winner was Wes Desarmia, who turned in a fine 62 Net Score.

A Flight winner: Dave Babineau - 68 Net

B Flight winner: Doug Robertson - 63 Net

C Flight winner: John Sauve - 63 Net

D Flight winner: Wes Desarmia - 62 Net

SUNDAY, JULY 9TH - MEN'S INTERSECTIONALS   back to top

The Men's OVGA Intersectional Team traveled to Hammond Ontario and competed in Division H against the host Hammond Golf and Country Club, Calabogie Highlands and The Canadian Golf and Country Club. The local team came out on top with 43 points to edge the host club by 6 strokes. Calabogie finished with 24 points and Canadian finished with 11 points. Dan Robertson, Greg Nezan and Gary Grainger paced the local squad with 6 points each. Jack Killeen and Mike Kelly each took 5 points followed by Kevin Ryan, Dean Lavigne and Dave Peskett with 4. Brian Cloutier notched 3 points. Other team members included Kevin Turcotte and Mike Fasbender who played as alternates. The team moves up to Group G for the 2001 season.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5TH - SENIOR MEN'S INTERSECTIONALS   back to top

Our Senior Intersectional team finished in second spot at the Glen Mar Golf Club which means that the Madawaska club will be hosting the event in 2001. El Strauss captured 6 points for our squad.

MEN'S HANDICAP MATCH PLAY COMPETITION   back to top

John Sauve is our 2000 Match Play Club Champion. John defeated Ranny Gauvreau after 57 holes in a hard fought match to capture the 2000 crown.

CHAMP DE VACHE   back to top

Kevin Turcotte wins the coveted Champ de Vache with fine play....congrats Kevin!

 


Ladies' 2000 Events Schedule

 

SUNDAY TOURNAMENTS (includes FIELD DAYS & SCRAMBLES)   back to top

 

SUNDAY, MAY 5TH - LADIES' OPENING SCRAMBLE

The winners were the team of Joyce Murray, Bev Lunney, Joan Strauss and Caroline Craig with a score of 76. The team of Sheila Reid, Barb Mooney, Leah Thorburn and Sonya Cathcart finished in second spot with a 78.

 

SUNDAY, JUNE 4TH - LADIES' OPENING FIELD DAY

The ladies opening field day was held on Sunday June 4 and Joan Strauss was the overall winner with a net 70 followed by Pat Fournier with a net 72.

The A flight winner was Joyce Murray with a net 73 followed by Maureen Dunnigan with a net 74.

B flight saw Alice Grandy capture top honors with a net 73. Nancy Rockburn was the runner up with a net 74.

The C flight champion was Leah Thorburn with a net 74 followed by Pat Charette with a net 76.

D flight honors went to Irene Danielowitsch with a net 76 while the runner score of net 85 went to Shirley Nagle.

 

SUNDAY, JULY 16TH - LADIES' JULY SCRAMBLE

The popular Ladies July Scramble was held on July 16 and the team of Pat Grainger, Peggy Gray, Mary Jo Kelly and Yvonne Lavallee captured top spot with a score of 70. Sheila Reid, Kay Wilson, Lynne Sheridan and Sonya Cathcart took second spot with a 73.

 

SUNDAY, JULY 30TH - LADIES' JULY FIELD DAY

The popular Ladies July Field Day was held on July 30 and Joyce Murray was the big winner for the day with a net 64. Maureen Dunnigan was the A flight winner with net 68. In B flight the winners were Kay Wilson (net 67) and Nancy Rockburn (net 68). Pat Charette (net 66) and Mary Jo Kelly (net 70) captured the C flight honors and Norma Grainger (net 70) and Irene Danielowitsch (net 77) were the D flight winners.

 

SUNDAY, AUGUST 13TH - LADIES' AUGUST FIELD DAY

The Ladies August Field Day was held on August 13 and the overall winner for the day was Pat Grainger with a fine net 68. Lise Hartin (net 72) and Marilyn Everett (net 72) were the B flight winners followed by Linda Teed (net 74) and Joan Strauss (net 78) in C flight and Shirley Nagle (net 68) and Norma Grainger (net 74) in D flight. The tournament was the last major tune up prior to the Ladies Club Championships, which will be held on August 26 and 27. Good luck to all of the gals.

Good luck to Maureen Dunnigan and the rest of our Buick Challenge team as they head to The Glenn Abbey Golf Course in Oakville for the Provincial finals to be held on August 28. Warren Mooney, Greg Nezan and Randy Rockburn are the other team members and we all wish best for the Madawaska Team.

 

SUNDAY, SEPT 10TH - LADIES' CLOSING FIELD DAY

The Ladies closing field day was won by Irene Danielowitsch with a net score of 63. Lenora Homulos fired a 64 to finish in second spot. The A flight winner was Marilyn Everett with a 67 followed by Sheila Reid with a 69. Linda Teed was the runner up in B flight with a 67 and Joan Strauss captured C flight with a 71.

 

WEDNESDAY, JULY 5TH - LADIES' FUN DAY   back to top

The annual Ladies Fun Day was held on July 5 and 114 ladies were on hand from all of the local clubs including Arnprior, Mountain Creek, Renfrew, Calabogie, Pakenham, Dragon Fly (Renfrew), Links of Woodlawn and Oaks of Cobden (we hope we did not miss anyone!). Gib and his staff served a wonderful meal and the overall winner for the day was Cheryl Somerton with a net 30. Good shooting and thanks to all of the Ladies for your participation. The Madawaska Golf Club appreciates your support for this annual event.

SATURDAY & SUNDAY, AUGUST 26TH & 27TH - LADIES' CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP   back to top

Maureen Dunnigan captured the Ladies Club Championship with a two round total of 162 including a smooth 79 on the final day. Maureen led from start to finish after her first day score of 83. Pat Grainger shot an 85 on day one but fell to a 95 on the second day to finish tied at 180 with Ann McLean and Sheila Reid. Lies Hartin captured the B Flight Championship with a 176 total. Lise also captured the net low score for the event with 134. Marilyn Everett was the runner up in B with a 179. Lyne Sheridan was the low C flight shooter with a 192 followed by Linda Teed with a 199. D flight was won by Irene Danielowitsch with a 213 followed by Shirley Nagle with a 222. Peggy Gray was the runner up in the net championship with a 138.

BIRDIES AND CHIPINS   back to top

Maureen Dunnigan is the winner of the 2000 Birdies and Chipins. Congratulations Maureen!

LADIES' OUTSIDE TOURNAMENTS   back to top

Results will be posted when available

LADIES' INTERSECTIONALS   back to top

Results will be posted when available

LADIES' MATCH PLAY   back to top

Lenora Homulos is our 2000 Ladie's Match Play winner. Congratulations, Lenora!

 


Mixed Events 2000 Schedule

THE BUICK CHALLENGE   back to top

The Buick Challenge was held on Saturday June 24 and the ideal conditions were reflected in the scores for the day.

Randy Rockburn fired a net 60 (which included a hole in one at the 178 yard, par 3, third hole) to capture first spot on the Buick Challenge team. Other qualifying golfers included Greg Nezan who fired a gross 69 for the day (net 62) and Maureen Dunnigan with a net 67.

Warren Mooney will be taking his team to the Kanata Lakes Golf Club on July 17 hoping to grab a spot at Glen Abbey later in the year. Good luck to our team.

Other winners for the day included Don Shalla with a net 63, followed by Bob Forbes (net 66) and Chris Blaker (net 67) in the singles group. The doubles section had Nancy and Randy Rockburn capture top spot with a net 55, followed by Greg and Gail Nezan with a net 58.

Congratulations to Maureen Dunnigan, Greg Nezan, Randy Rockburn and Warren Mooney who finished in thirteenth place (out of thirty two teams) at the Buick Challenge at Glenn Abbey. Special thanks to Robert Reid and Reid Brothers Motor Sales for organizing the local event and sponsoring the local teams. The competition promises to be bigger and better next year.

SATURDAY, MAY 27TH - MIXED OPEN RYDER CUP   back to top

Results will be posted when available

SATURDAY, JULY 22ND - GLOW BALL   back to top

Results will be posted when available

SATURDAY, AUGUST 19TH - DIVORCE COURT OPEN   back to top

The ever-popular Divorce Court open was held recently and the winners were Dinah Davies and El Strauss. The runner up team was Claire Jones and Rob Cathcart followed by Caroline Craig and Rick Bertrand.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16TH - MIXED SCRAMBLE   back to top

Results will be posted when available

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14TH - CLOSING CROSS COUNTRY GOLF   back to top

Results will be posted when available


Junior Events Results 2000

AUGUST 22 - JUNIOR CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS   back to top

The Junior Club Championships were held on August 22 and the low shooter for the day and the 2000 Junior Club Champion at the Madawaska Golf Club is Brett Pierce who fired an 81 to beat out 20 other Juniors. Andrew Szymanski and Marcus Ryan tied for second spot with a score of 83. The low net winner was Trevor Davie with a 58 (wow!) followed by Kyle McMurty with a 64 and Ryan McCurry with a 64.

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
Men's Tournaments
Ladies' Tournaments
Junior Tournaments
May
5
 Kickers Scramble

May

12
 Kickers Scramble
Aug
24
 Girls Junior Clubs
May
19
 Opening Field Day

May

26
 Opening Field Day
Sept
1
 Boys Junior Clubs 
June
2
 2 Person Best Ball
June
9
 Field Day
TBA
 
 Field Days
June
23
 Field Day
July
7
 Field Day
TBA
 
 2 Person Best Ball
July
14
 4 Person Best Ball
July
21
 2 Person Best Ball
TBA
 
 2 Person Scramble
July
28
 Field Day
Aug
11
 Field Day      
Aug
18
 Field Day
Aug
24-25
 Club Championship
 
 
 
Sept
1-2
 Club Championship
Sept
8
 Closing Field Day  
Sept
15
 Closing Field Day
Ladies' OVGA EVENTS
Mixed Events
Sept
21
 Munro Challenge
July
TBA
 Ladie's
 Intersectionals
Oct
26
 Mixed Closing
Sept
28
 Masters Scramble
Aug
26
 CLGA Seniors
 
 
  Mixed events will be tentatively
the second Friday of each month: May, June, July, August.

Other various events regarding Juniors, Seniors, Kids on Course, etc. will be established and announced at a later date.
Oct
20
 Polar Bear      
Men's OVGA EVENTS
 
 
 
July
TBA  Men's
 Intersectionals
 
 
 
Sept
TBA  Senior
 Intersectionals
 
 
 
     
 
 
 
 
Men's 2002 Events Results
 
SUNDAY, MAY 5 - KICKERS SCRAMBLE - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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The Men's Kicker's scramble was held on Sunday, May 5 and the team of Gary Grainger, Doug Howe and Terry Braceland were the winners with a fine 62.

Mike Kelly, Paul Turner, Harold Neuman and Ed Lascelle finished in second spot with a 63.

Tied for third spot were the teams of Kevin Ryan, Hal Grainger, Dennis Bird and Barry Craig along with Ted Davies, Ken Ledgerwood, Bob Sherrard and El Strauss. Both teams fired 64's.

Hayden Pleau (Les Canadiens), Frank Pecora and Randy Rockburn finished out the winner's list with a 65.

 

SUNDAY, MAY 19 - OPENING FIELD DAY - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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The Men's Opening Field Day was held on May 19 and the overall winner for the event was Brian Bonnar who shot a 78 (net 64) to edge Steve Nezan who shot a net 65. Brian's round included an ace on #13, which is the second hole in one at the course this year.
 
The low gross winner was Gary Grainger who shot a 74 in very tough conditions. Greg Nezan shot a 78 to capture the second low gross for the day. Dave Babineau's net 72 was the top score in A flight. Kevin Turcotte finished in third spot with a net 73.
 
The B flight winner was Randy Rockburn with a net 68. Brian Wallace finished in second spot with a net 71 followed by Dave Wiggins (net 74) and Charlie Clark (net 75).
 
The C flight winner was Cory Sinclair with a net 69. Henri Albert captured second spot with a net 70 followed by Paul Beaudette (net 72) and Hal Grainger (net 72).
 
Heinz Ebert with a net 65 won D flight. El Strauss finished in second spot with a net 66. Mike Teed and Larry Morris rounded out the D flight scoring with net 71 and net 72 respectively.

SUNDAY, JUNE 2 - MEN'S 2-PERSON BEST BALL - ENTRY FEE: $10.00 
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The Two-Person best ball was played on June 2nd and the team of Hayden Pleau and Andy Boulanger were the winners with a 2 shot victory over Andre Bissonette and Keith Burbridge. Hayden and Andy fired a 57 followed by Andre and Keith at 59.

Steve and Greg Nezan captured 3rd spot with a 60. John Carty and Tom Dontigny finished in 4th spot with a 61. Frank Pecora and Paul Kaisig also shot 61 to finish in 5th spot.

SUNDAY, JUNE 23 - FIELD DAY - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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The Men's June Field Day saw 69 golfers out for the day. El Strauss was the low net winner with a fine 63. Matt Dunn finished in second spot with a 64.
 
Gary Grainger was the low gross winner for the day with a 73. Greg Nezan was the A flight low net winner with a 68 followed by Dave Babineau with a 70.
 
Larry Lee's net 66 was the B flight low for the day. Charlie Clark and John Carty fired a pair of 68's to finish in second spot.
 
Roy Theros with a 71 was the low shooter in C flight. Andy Boulanger and Bob Hindshaw finished in second spot with a pair of 72's.
 
The D flight low net was Doug Neely who edged out Steve Nezan and Larry Morris. All three shooters fired 70.

SUNDAY, JULY 14 - WILLOW TREE (4-MAN) BEST BALL - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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The team of Greg Nezan, Steve Nezan, Randy Rockburn and Larry Morris with a best ball score of 50 won the July Willow Tree Four Person Best Ball in a playoff over the team of Dave Wiggins, Wes Desarmia, Rob Phillips and Roger Branje. Blake Wimperis, Wayne Stiles, Bob Hindshaw and Barry Craig finished in 3rd spot with a net score of 52. Bob Smith, Brian Bonnar, Dan Lynch and Harold Neuman shot a net 53 to capture 4th spot for the day.

SUNDAY, JULY 28 - FIELD DAY - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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The Men's July field day was held on July 28 and the overall tournament winner was El Strauss with a net 60.
 
The low gross shooters for the day were Greg Nezan and Gary Grainger with a pair of 73's. Kevin Savard captured A flight with a net 66 followed by Gary Grainger with a 66 and Terry Milne with a 67.
 
Brian Bonnar's net 64 was good enough to win the B flight honors for the day. Larry Lee and Dan McCaskill with a pair of 66's tied for second spot and Gary Lane's net 67 was good enough for the third spot.
 
Bill Jones shot a net 65 to capture C flight. Henri Albert and Bob Hindshaw finished in second spot with net 66's followed by Rock Bertrand with a net 68.
 
Doug Howe had a net 65 to secure the D flight title. Matt Dunn shot a net 67 to finish alone in second spot. Larry Morris and Peter Boyd fired a pair of 69's to finish in third position.
 

SUNDAY, AUGUST 18 - KEVIN SULLIVAN MEMORIAL FIELD DAY - ENTRY FEE: $10.00   back to top

The Men's August field day was held on August 18 and the overall tournament winner was Doug Robertson with a net 61 (gross score of 74). This tournament is the last major tune up before the Men's Club Championships, which are held the first weekend in September. Looks like Doug's game is rounding into shape although rumor has it that defending champion (Doug's son Daniel) may be back to defend his crown. We could see quite a battle during the final weekend.
 
The low gross shooters for the day were Greg Nezan with a 73 followed by Doug Robertson with a 74 and Rod Howe, Wayne Stiles and Kevin Ryan with 75's. Kevin Ryan captured A flight with a net 66 (retrogression) followed by Rod Howe with a 66 and Kevin Turcotte with a 70.
 
Wayne Stiles net 64 was good enough to win the B flight honors for the day. Charlie Clark fired a net 67 to capture second spot and Barry Craig and Denny O'Connell with a pair of 68's tied for third spot.
 
Don Shalla shot a net 65 to capture C flight. Ron Gilmour's net 67 was good enough for second place. Wayne Carty and Henri Albert finished in third spot with net 66's.
 
Jim Bonnar had a net 65 to secure the D flight title. John Kohli shot a net 67 to finish alone in second spot. Larry Morris and Peter Boyd fired a pair of 69's to finish in third position.  
 
Good luck to all our golfers in the Club Championships.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ST AND MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2ND -
CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND
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The Men's Club Champion for 2002 is Greg Nezan. Greg fired a pair of 71's (which included a 31 on the front nine of the second round) to post a total score of 142 (which ties the lowest total in the Madawaska Golf Course's 26 year championship history). Rod Howe finished alone in 2nd spot with a 2-day total of 145. Dave Babineau shot 74 and 78 to finish in 3rd spot with a 152.
 
The B flight champion for 2002 was Russ Howlett who came from behind to edge Barrie Craig and Charlie Clark. Russ fired a 2-day total of 161. Barrie and Charlie were close behind at 162.
 
Hal Grainger, who shot 162 over the 2 days, won C flight. Steve Wilson finished alone in 2nd spot with a 168 followed by Rick Bertrand at 171.
 
Larry Morris was the D flight champion with a 171. Andre Bissonette finished in 2nd spot with a 177 followed by Steve Nezan with a 179. Larry Morris also won the 36 hole net championship with a 2 day total net score of 121. Larry claimed the Marcellus trophy for his efforts.
 
Special thanks to Ted Davies and El Straus for a great job organizing the boards and the scoring. Margaret Selkirk did a great job scoring for the weekend and Kevin Jones organized a wonderful 2 day tournament and provided a fantastic prize table for all of the winners. The next big event at the Mad is the annual 4-Putters tournament on Sept 7.
 

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 - CLOSING FIELD DAY - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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The Closing Mens Field day was won by El Strauss with a net 63. Greg Nezan had the low gross for the day with a 74. Doug Marcellus had the low net in A flight followed by Mike Kelly and Dave Peskett. Dog Robertson was the B flight winner. Barry Craig and Randy Rockburn tied for second spot. Rick Bertrand was the C flight low shooter followed by Andre Bissonette and Doug Howe. D flight was won by Doug Carty with Steve Nezan and Bob Sherrard finished tied for second spot.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 - MUNRO CHALLENGE - TEAM MADAWASKA
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Arnprior Golf Club wins the Munro Challenge. The Arnprior Golf Club retained the Munro Challenge trophy with a nine-stroke victory over the host club, Madawaska Golf club.
 
The best ten Arnprior scores totaled 769 vs the Madawaska's score of 778. Pakenham Highlands finished in third spot at791 and the Mountain Creek Golf Course's ten best shooters fired a total of 813. Greg Nezan from the host club was the low shooter for the day with a 72. Perry Freda from Mountain Creek fired a smooth 74 to win the top spot for the Mountain Creek team. Peter Duffy was the low shooter from Arnprior with a 74 followed by John Ellis from Pakenham Highlands with a 75 and Kevin Ryan from Madawaska with a 76.
 
Scott Merriman was the closest to the pin winner and John Barr from Pakenham was the long drive winner for the day. The point's games were won by Gary Grainger, Peter Beerli and Kevin Ryan from Madawaska, Charlie Phillips from Mountain Creek and Brent Martin, John Barr and Jay Prince from Pakenham highlands. The event was the ninth annual competition and plans are already underway for the 10th anniversary competition in 2003.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20 - POLAR BEAR
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SUNDAY, JULY TBA - MEN'S INTERSECTIONALS
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The Madawaska Men's OVGA Intersectional team was victorious on Sunday July 7 at the Madawaska Golf Club. The men led by 6 point efforts by Gary Grainger, Mike Kelly and Kevin Turcotte defeated teams from Larrimac, Poplar Grove and Woodlawn. The final tally was Madawaska 48 points, Poplar Grove 29, Woodlawn 24 Larrimac 19, and. Team Members with 5 points included Charles Clark, Kevin Savard, Kevin Ryan, Rod Howe, Dave Babineau and Greg Nezan. Bill Descoteaux grabbed 2 points.

The win moves the Madawaska Golf club into the F Division for next year's competition which will held at the Pembroke Shores Golf Club.

TBA - SENIOR MEN'S INTERSECTIONALS
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MEN'S HANDICAP MATCH PLAY COMPETITION
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Ron Ayotte captured the Men's match play club championship with a hard fought battle over Gary Grainger. Ron and Gary moved through their respective 32 man divisions and played a 36 final. Congratulations Ron and good luck next year to all of the qualifiers.

CHAMP DE VACHE
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 - MASTER'S SCRAMBLE - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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**Results to be posted
 


Ladies' 2002 Events Schedule
 
SUNDAY TOURNAMENTS (includes FIELD DAYS & SCRAMBLES) -
Chairperson:
Marilyn Everett  
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The Ladies Opening Scramble was held on May 12 and the team of Ann McLean, Claire Jones, Brenda Landry and Linda Teed were the winners with a 67.

Peggy Penney, Lynne Sheridan, Ruth Sawdon and Irene Danielowitsch finished in second spot with a 69.

Pat Grainger, Dinah Davies, Julie Peskett and Norma Grainger finished in third position with 71 followed by Maureen Dunnigan, Caroline Craig, Gwen Anderson and Vicky Deschamps also with a 71.

 
The Ladies June Field Day
was held on June 9 and the overall winner for the day was Shirley Nagle with a net 67 (in 3-way playoff). Gerry Jolly and Brenda Landry also shot net 67 to tie for second spot. Nancy Rockburn's net 68 was good enough to finish in third position. Ann McLean fired the low gross for the day with an 85. The Ladies have also kicked off the match play club championships and 36 golfers have signed up for this very popular event.


The Ladies July Field Day
was held on July 7.
Nancy Rockburn was the big winner with a net 61. Nancy also fired an 81, which was the low round for the day. Leah Thorburn finished in second spot with a net 62. The A flight winner was Maureen Dunnigan with a net 72 (gross score 85). Julie Peskett captured B flight with a net 64 followed by Velma Smith in C flight with a net 67 and Yvonne Lavallee with a net 70 in D flight.


The Ladies Two Person Best Ball
was held on July 21 and a total of four teams tied for the top position with a net score of 59. The winners were Sheila Reid and Julie Peskett followed by MJ Kelly and Leah Thorburn. In third position was the team of Alice Grandy and Lynne Sheridan followed by Carmen Lefrance and Yvonne Lavallee. Pat Grainger and Claire Jones finished in 5th spot with a net 60.
 
 
The Ladies Closing Field day A flight section was won by Nancy Rockburn with a net 68. Sheila Reid finished in second spot wit a net 71.  B flight was won by Lynne Sheridan with a net 64 followed by Joyce Murray with a net 65 and Velma Smith with a net 66.  The C flight low shooter was Joan Strauss with a net 63. Caroline Craig's net 69 was good enough for second spot in C.  Norma Grainger was the D flight champion with a net 76.
 
 


SATURDAY & SUNDAY, AUGUST 24 & 25 - LADIES' CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP
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Maureen Dunnigan captured the Ladies Club Championship with a 2-day total of 164. Julie Peskett was the runner up with a 2-day total of 169.
 
Joyce Murray claimed the B Club championship title followed by Claire Jones in C flight and Shirley Nagle in D flight.
 
The Ladies low net champion was Lynne Sheridan. Lynne also had the shot highlight of the weekend with an ace on #8.
 
Congratulations to Marilyn Everett who finished in 2nd position in the CLGA Ladies field day held at the Madawaska on August 27. Marilyn fired a 78 and finished alone in 2nd spot for the day.

BIRDIES AND CHIPINS - Chairperson: Shirley Roberts
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LADIES' OUTSIDE TOURNAMENTS - Chairperson: Lynne Sheridan
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**Results to be posted

LADIES' INTERSECTIONALS - TBA - Chairperson: Pat Grainger
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**Results to be posted

LADIES' MATCH PLAY
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**Results to be posted

LADIE'S RULES OF PLAY
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A Rules Committee is in place for the 2002 season, which is comprised of Kevin Jones, all Executive Committee members and Rick Munro.


Mixed Events 2002 Results
(Open to all Membership Classifications - Weekday & Unlimited)


 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26 - MIXED SCRAMBLE
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**Results to be posted

click here for Scramble Definition
 
 


Junior Events Results 2002


TBA - GIRLS JUNIOR CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS
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**Results to be posted
 


TBA - BOYS JUNIOR CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS
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**Results to be posted

 

 

 
 
2008
 
 
Men's Tournaments
Ladies' Tournaments
Junior Tournaments
May
5
 Kickers Scramble

May

12
 Kickers Scramble
Aug
24
 Girls Junior Clubs
May
19
 Opening Field Day

May

26
 Opening Field Day
Sept
1
 Boys Junior Clubs 
June
2
 2 Person Best Ball
June
9
 Field Day
TBA
 
 Field Days
June
23
 Field Day
July
7
 Field Day
TBA
 
 2 Person Best Ball
July
14
 4 Person Best Ball
July
21
 2 Person Best Ball
TBA
 
 2 Person Scramble
July
28
 Field Day
Aug
11
 Field Day      
Aug
18
 Field Day
Aug
24-25
 Club Championship
 
 
 
Sept
1-2
 Club Championship
Sept
8
 Closing Field Day  
Sept
15
 Closing Field Day
Ladies' OVGA EVENTS
Mixed Events
Sept
21
 Munro Challenge
July
TBA
 Ladie's
 Intersectionals
Oct
26
 Mixed Closing
Sept
28
 Masters Scramble
Aug
26
 CLGA Seniors
 
 
  Mixed events will be tentatively
the second Friday of each month: May, June, July, August.

Other various events regarding Juniors, Seniors, Kids on Course, etc. will be established and announced at a later date.
Oct
20
 Polar Bear      
Men's OVGA EVENTS
 
 
 
July
TBA  Men's
 Intersectionals
 
 
 
Sept
TBA  Senior
 Intersectionals
 
 
 
     
 
 
 
 
Men's 2002 Events Results
 
SUNDAY, MAY 5 - KICKERS SCRAMBLE - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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The Men's Kicker's scramble was held on Sunday, May 5 and the team of Gary Grainger, Doug Howe and Terry Braceland were the winners with a fine 62.

Mike Kelly, Paul Turner, Harold Neuman and Ed Lascelle finished in second spot with a 63.

Tied for third spot were the teams of Kevin Ryan, Hal Grainger, Dennis Bird and Barry Craig along with Ted Davies, Ken Ledgerwood, Bob Sherrard and El Strauss. Both teams fired 64's.

Hayden Pleau (Les Canadiens), Frank Pecora and Randy Rockburn finished out the winner's list with a 65.

 

SUNDAY, MAY 19 - OPENING FIELD DAY - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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The Men's Opening Field Day was held on May 19 and the overall winner for the event was Brian Bonnar who shot a 78 (net 64) to edge Steve Nezan who shot a net 65. Brian's round included an ace on #13, which is the second hole in one at the course this year.
 
The low gross winner was Gary Grainger who shot a 74 in very tough conditions. Greg Nezan shot a 78 to capture the second low gross for the day. Dave Babineau's net 72 was the top score in A flight. Kevin Turcotte finished in third spot with a net 73.
 
The B flight winner was Randy Rockburn with a net 68. Brian Wallace finished in second spot with a net 71 followed by Dave Wiggins (net 74) and Charlie Clark (net 75).
 
The C flight winner was Cory Sinclair with a net 69. Henri Albert captured second spot with a net 70 followed by Paul Beaudette (net 72) and Hal Grainger (net 72).
 
Heinz Ebert with a net 65 won D flight. El Strauss finished in second spot with a net 66. Mike Teed and Larry Morris rounded out the D flight scoring with net 71 and net 72 respectively.

SUNDAY, JUNE 2 - MEN'S 2-PERSON BEST BALL - ENTRY FEE: $10.00 
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The Two-Person best ball was played on June 2nd and the team of Hayden Pleau and Andy Boulanger were the winners with a 2 shot victory over Andre Bissonette and Keith Burbridge. Hayden and Andy fired a 57 followed by Andre and Keith at 59.

Steve and Greg Nezan captured 3rd spot with a 60. John Carty and Tom Dontigny finished in 4th spot with a 61. Frank Pecora and Paul Kaisig also shot 61 to finish in 5th spot.

SUNDAY, JUNE 23 - FIELD DAY - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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The Men's June Field Day saw 69 golfers out for the day. El Strauss was the low net winner with a fine 63. Matt Dunn finished in second spot with a 64.
 
Gary Grainger was the low gross winner for the day with a 73. Greg Nezan was the A flight low net winner with a 68 followed by Dave Babineau with a 70.
 
Larry Lee's net 66 was the B flight low for the day. Charlie Clark and John Carty fired a pair of 68's to finish in second spot.
 
Roy Theros with a 71 was the low shooter in C flight. Andy Boulanger and Bob Hindshaw finished in second spot with a pair of 72's.
 
The D flight low net was Doug Neely who edged out Steve Nezan and Larry Morris. All three shooters fired 70.

SUNDAY, JULY 14 - WILLOW TREE (4-MAN) BEST BALL - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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The team of Greg Nezan, Steve Nezan, Randy Rockburn and Larry Morris with a best ball score of 50 won the July Willow Tree Four Person Best Ball in a playoff over the team of Dave Wiggins, Wes Desarmia, Rob Phillips and Roger Branje. Blake Wimperis, Wayne Stiles, Bob Hindshaw and Barry Craig finished in 3rd spot with a net score of 52. Bob Smith, Brian Bonnar, Dan Lynch and Harold Neuman shot a net 53 to capture 4th spot for the day.

SUNDAY, JULY 28 - FIELD DAY - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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The Men's July field day was held on July 28 and the overall tournament winner was El Strauss with a net 60.
 
The low gross shooters for the day were Greg Nezan and Gary Grainger with a pair of 73's. Kevin Savard captured A flight with a net 66 followed by Gary Grainger with a 66 and Terry Milne with a 67.
 
Brian Bonnar's net 64 was good enough to win the B flight honors for the day. Larry Lee and Dan McCaskill with a pair of 66's tied for second spot and Gary Lane's net 67 was good enough for the third spot.
 
Bill Jones shot a net 65 to capture C flight. Henri Albert and Bob Hindshaw finished in second spot with net 66's followed by Rock Bertrand with a net 68.
 
Doug Howe had a net 65 to secure the D flight title. Matt Dunn shot a net 67 to finish alone in second spot. Larry Morris and Peter Boyd fired a pair of 69's to finish in third position.
 

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The Men's August field day was held on August 18 and the overall tournament winner was Doug Robertson with a net 61 (gross score of 74). This tournament is the last major tune up before the Men's Club Championships, which are held the first weekend in September. Looks like Doug's game is rounding into shape although rumor has it that defending champion (Doug's son Daniel) may be back to defend his crown. We could see quite a battle during the final weekend.
 
The low gross shooters for the day were Greg Nezan with a 73 followed by Doug Robertson with a 74 and Rod Howe, Wayne Stiles and Kevin Ryan with 75's. Kevin Ryan captured A flight with a net 66 (retrogression) followed by Rod Howe with a 66 and Kevin Turcotte with a 70.
 
Wayne Stiles net 64 was good enough to win the B flight honors for the day. Charlie Clark fired a net 67 to capture second spot and Barry Craig and Denny O'Connell with a pair of 68's tied for third spot.
 
Don Shalla shot a net 65 to capture C flight. Ron Gilmour's net 67 was good enough for second place. Wayne Carty and Henri Albert finished in third spot with net 66's.
 
Jim Bonnar had a net 65 to secure the D flight title. John Kohli shot a net 67 to finish alone in second spot. Larry Morris and Peter Boyd fired a pair of 69's to finish in third position.  
 
Good luck to all our golfers in the Club Championships.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ST AND MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2ND -
CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND
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The Men's Club Champion for 2002 is Greg Nezan. Greg fired a pair of 71's (which included a 31 on the front nine of the second round) to post a total score of 142 (which ties the lowest total in the Madawaska Golf Course's 26 year championship history). Rod Howe finished alone in 2nd spot with a 2-day total of 145. Dave Babineau shot 74 and 78 to finish in 3rd spot with a 152.
 
The B flight champion for 2002 was Russ Howlett who came from behind to edge Barrie Craig and Charlie Clark. Russ fired a 2-day total of 161. Barrie and Charlie were close behind at 162.
 
Hal Grainger, who shot 162 over the 2 days, won C flight. Steve Wilson finished alone in 2nd spot with a 168 followed by Rick Bertrand at 171.
 
Larry Morris was the D flight champion with a 171. Andre Bissonette finished in 2nd spot with a 177 followed by Steve Nezan with a 179. Larry Morris also won the 36 hole net championship with a 2 day total net score of 121. Larry claimed the Marcellus trophy for his efforts.
 
Special thanks to Ted Davies and El Straus for a great job organizing the boards and the scoring. Margaret Selkirk did a great job scoring for the weekend and Kevin Jones organized a wonderful 2 day tournament and provided a fantastic prize table for all of the winners. The next big event at the Mad is the annual 4-Putters tournament on Sept 7.
 

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 - CLOSING FIELD DAY - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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The Closing Mens Field day was won by El Strauss with a net 63. Greg Nezan had the low gross for the day with a 74. Doug Marcellus had the low net in A flight followed by Mike Kelly and Dave Peskett. Dog Robertson was the B flight winner. Barry Craig and Randy Rockburn tied for second spot. Rick Bertrand was the C flight low shooter followed by Andre Bissonette and Doug Howe. D flight was won by Doug Carty with Steve Nezan and Bob Sherrard finished tied for second spot.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 - MUNRO CHALLENGE - TEAM MADAWASKA
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Arnprior Golf Club wins the Munro Challenge. The Arnprior Golf Club retained the Munro Challenge trophy with a nine-stroke victory over the host club, Madawaska Golf club.
 
The best ten Arnprior scores totaled 769 vs the Madawaska's score of 778. Pakenham Highlands finished in third spot at791 and the Mountain Creek Golf Course's ten best shooters fired a total of 813. Greg Nezan from the host club was the low shooter for the day with a 72. Perry Freda from Mountain Creek fired a smooth 74 to win the top spot for the Mountain Creek team. Peter Duffy was the low shooter from Arnprior with a 74 followed by John Ellis from Pakenham Highlands with a 75 and Kevin Ryan from Madawaska with a 76.
 
Scott Merriman was the closest to the pin winner and John Barr from Pakenham was the long drive winner for the day. The point's games were won by Gary Grainger, Peter Beerli and Kevin Ryan from Madawaska, Charlie Phillips from Mountain Creek and Brent Martin, John Barr and Jay Prince from Pakenham highlands. The event was the ninth annual competition and plans are already underway for the 10th anniversary competition in 2003.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20 - POLAR BEAR
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SUNDAY, JULY TBA - MEN'S INTERSECTIONALS
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The Madawaska Men's OVGA Intersectional team was victorious on Sunday July 7 at the Madawaska Golf Club. The men led by 6 point efforts by Gary Grainger, Mike Kelly and Kevin Turcotte defeated teams from Larrimac, Poplar Grove and Woodlawn. The final tally was Madawaska 48 points, Poplar Grove 29, Woodlawn 24 Larrimac 19, and. Team Members with 5 points included Charles Clark, Kevin Savard, Kevin Ryan, Rod Howe, Dave Babineau and Greg Nezan. Bill Descoteaux grabbed 2 points.

The win moves the Madawaska Golf club into the F Division for next year's competition which will held at the Pembroke Shores Golf Club.

TBA - SENIOR MEN'S INTERSECTIONALS
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MEN'S HANDICAP MATCH PLAY COMPETITION
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Ron Ayotte captured the Men's match play club championship with a hard fought battle over Gary Grainger. Ron and Gary moved through their respective 32 man divisions and played a 36 final. Congratulations Ron and good luck next year to all of the qualifiers.

CHAMP DE VACHE
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 - MASTER'S SCRAMBLE - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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**Results to be posted
 


Ladies' 2002 Events Schedule
 
SUNDAY TOURNAMENTS (includes FIELD DAYS & SCRAMBLES) -
Chairperson:
Marilyn Everett  
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The Ladies Opening Scramble was held on May 12 and the team of Ann McLean, Claire Jones, Brenda Landry and Linda Teed were the winners with a 67.

Peggy Penney, Lynne Sheridan, Ruth Sawdon and Irene Danielowitsch finished in second spot with a 69.

Pat Grainger, Dinah Davies, Julie Peskett and Norma Grainger finished in third position with 71 followed by Maureen Dunnigan, Caroline Craig, Gwen Anderson and Vicky Deschamps also with a 71.

 
The Ladies June Field Day
was held on June 9 and the overall winner for the day was Shirley Nagle with a net 67 (in 3-way playoff). Gerry Jolly and Brenda Landry also shot net 67 to tie for second spot. Nancy Rockburn's net 68 was good enough to finish in third position. Ann McLean fired the low gross for the day with an 85. The Ladies have also kicked off the match play club championships and 36 golfers have signed up for this very popular event.


The Ladies July Field Day
was held on July 7.
Nancy Rockburn was the big winner with a net 61. Nancy also fired an 81, which was the low round for the day. Leah Thorburn finished in second spot with a net 62. The A flight winner was Maureen Dunnigan with a net 72 (gross score 85). Julie Peskett captured B flight with a net 64 followed by Velma Smith in C flight with a net 67 and Yvonne Lavallee with a net 70 in D flight.


The Ladies Two Person Best Ball
was held on July 21 and a total of four teams tied for the top position with a net score of 59. The winners were Sheila Reid and Julie Peskett followed by MJ Kelly and Leah Thorburn. In third position was the team of Alice Grandy and Lynne Sheridan followed by Carmen Lefrance and Yvonne Lavallee. Pat Grainger and Claire Jones finished in 5th spot with a net 60.
 
 
The Ladies Closing Field day A flight section was won by Nancy Rockburn with a net 68. Sheila Reid finished in second spot wit a net 71.  B flight was won by Lynne Sheridan with a net 64 followed by Joyce Murray with a net 65 and Velma Smith with a net 66.  The C flight low shooter was Joan Strauss with a net 63. Caroline Craig's net 69 was good enough for second spot in C.  Norma Grainger was the D flight champion with a net 76.
 
 


SATURDAY & SUNDAY, AUGUST 24 & 25 - LADIES' CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP
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Maureen Dunnigan captured the Ladies Club Championship with a 2-day total of 164. Julie Peskett was the runner up with a 2-day total of 169.
 
Joyce Murray claimed the B Club championship title followed by Claire Jones in C flight and Shirley Nagle in D flight.
 
The Ladies low net champion was Lynne Sheridan. Lynne also had the shot highlight of the weekend with an ace on #8.
 
Congratulations to Marilyn Everett who finished in 2nd position in the CLGA Ladies field day held at the Madawaska on August 27. Marilyn fired a 78 and finished alone in 2nd spot for the day.

BIRDIES AND CHIPINS - Chairperson: Shirley Roberts
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LADIES' OUTSIDE TOURNAMENTS - Chairperson: Lynne Sheridan
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**Results to be posted

LADIES' INTERSECTIONALS - TBA - Chairperson: Pat Grainger
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**Results to be posted

LADIES' MATCH PLAY
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**Results to be posted

LADIE'S RULES OF PLAY
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A Rules Committee is in place for the 2002 season, which is comprised of Kevin Jones, all Executive Committee members and Rick Munro.


Mixed Events 2002 Results
(Open to all Membership Classifications - Weekday & Unlimited)


 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26 - MIXED SCRAMBLE
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**Results to be posted

click here for Scramble Definition
 
 


Junior Events Results 2002


TBA - GIRLS JUNIOR CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS
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**Results to be posted
 


TBA - BOYS JUNIOR CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS
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**Results to be posted

 

 

 
 
2008
 
 
Men's Tournaments
Ladies' Tournaments
Junior Tournaments
May
4
 Kickers Scramble

May

11
 Opening Field Day
TBA
 Girls Junior Clubs
May
25
 Opening Field Day

June

1
 Field Day
TBA
 Boys Junior Clubs 
June
8
 2 Man Best Ball
July
6
 Field Day
TBA
 
 Field Days
June
22
 Field Day
July
20
 Field Day
TBA
 
 2 Person Best Ball
July
13
 4 Man Best Ball
Aug
17
 Bowers Field Day
TBA
 
 2 Person Scramble
July
27
 Field Day
Aug
30
 Club Championship      
Aug
10
 Masters Scramble
Oct
19
 Polar Bear
 
 
 
Aug
24
 Field Day        
Aug
31
 Club Championship
Ladies' OVGA EVENTS
Mixed Events
Sept
15
 Closing Field Day
July
TBA
 Ladie's
 Intersectionals
Sept
14
 Mixed Closing
Sept
21
 Munro Challenge
Aug
TBA
 CLGA Seniors
 
 
Oct
19
 Polar Bear      
Men's OVGA EVENTS
 
 
 
July
TBA  Men's
 Intersectionals
 
 
 
Sept
TBA  Senior
 Intersectionals
 
 
 
     
 
 
 
 
Men's 2003 Events Results
 
SUNDAY, MAY 4- KICKERS SCRAMBLE - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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The men's competitive season began with the Kickers scramble on May 5.
Gary Grainger's team of Barry Craig, Steve Wilson and Paul Turner captured the opening event with a score of 10 under par, 60.
The team of Ranny Gauvreau, Dave Peskett, John Carty and El Strauss ended up in 2nd spot with a 60.
Denny O'Connell, Brian Cloutier, Bill Jones and Andy Bissonette finished in 3rd spot with a 62 followed by Kevin Ryan, Chris McMullen, Hal Grainger and Doug Carty with a 63.
Wayne Stiles, Dan McCaskill, Dan Lynch and Harold Neuman finished in 5th position with a 64.

SUNDAY, MAY 25 - OPENING FIELD DAY - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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Andre Bissonette with a net 60 won the Men's Opening Field Day.
Wayne Stiles had the low gross for the day with a 77.
 
The A flight winners were Kevin Ryan, Mike Kelly, Doug Marcellus and Gary Grainger.
The B flight winners were Ken Ledgerwood, Charlie Clark, Wayne Stiles, Paul Lebeau and Russ Howlett. Rock Bertrand had the low net in C flight followed by Doug Howe, Dave Cormier, Rob Cathcart and Harold Grose. Matt Dunn captured D flight followed by Steve Nezan, Doug Carty and Ted Davies.

SUNDAY, JUNE 8 - MEN'S 2-MAN BEST BALL - ENTRY FEE: $10.00 
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The popular two-man best ball was decided with a six team playoff!
Overall winning team was Dave Peskett and Matt Dunn with a 12 under score of 58.
Ranny Gauvreau and Terry Braceland finished in 2nd spot followed by Dave and Adam Babineau. Doug and John Carty finished in 4th spot followed by Cory Sinclair and Paul Lebeau, Gary and Hal Grainger, Barry Craig and Charlie Clark, Bob Forbes and Ron Gilmour and Kevin Savard and Tim Byrne.
 

SUNDAY, JUNE 22 - FIELD DAY - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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The June field day winner was Steve Nezan with a net score of 59 for the day.
Gary Grainger, Terry Milne, Kevin Ryan and Kevin Turcotte were the A flight winners followed by Charlie Clark, Frank Pecora, John Carty and Don Shalla in B flight.
Randy Rockburn, Larry Lee, Andre Bissonette and Bob Sherrard were the C flight winners. Syd Mason, Doug Cary and Gerry Branje were the D flight winners.
 
The Men's match play field has been moving along through round two and everyone is reminded to complete the matches according the schedule posted in the clubhouse.

SUNDAY, JULY 13 - WILLOW TREE (4-MAN) BEST BALL - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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The team of Gary and Hal Grainger, Hayden Pleau and Andy Boulanger won the popular Willow Tree (4 man) Best Ball with a total net score of 51 and a two shot victory over the team of Dennis Bouchard, Don Shalla, Al Combellack and John Kohli who fired a net 53.
Kevin Turcotte, Doug Robertson, Terry Braceland and Brian Girdwood finished in third position with a net 54 followed by The Madawaska Golf Club staff team of Brian Cloutier, Gord Johanson, Josh Foster and Chris Pierce with a net score of 55. Dave Wiggins, Wes Desarmia, Rob Phillips and Roger Branje finished in sixth position with a net 56.

SUNDAY, JULY 27 - FIELD DAY - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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Steve Nezan won his second consecutive men's tournament with a gross score of 80 (net 60) to edge Doug Robertson who fired a net 61 (gross 73).
 
Steve's father, Greg had the low gross for the day with a 70.
A flight winners included Keith Burbridge, Peter Beerli and Terry Milne.
The B flight winners were Blake Wimperis, Larry Lee, Barry Craig, John Carty, Adam Babineau and Frank Pecora.
The C flight winners included Dan Lynch, Doug Howe, Harold Neumann and Doug Carty followed by Doug Neely, Mike Teed and John Wiggins in D flight.
 

SUNDAY, AUGUST 10 - MASTER'S SCRAMBLE - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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The ever popular Masters Scramble was played on Sunday, August 10 and the team of Ken Ledgerwood, Ranny Guavreau, Chris McMullen and Sean Riordan emerged form the field of 96 golfers to capture the coveted Masters Scramble trophy with a low score of 59.
 
Ken's team also de-throned the two-time defending championship team of Doug Robertson, Kevin Turcotte, Brian Girdwood and Marcus Ryan who shot a fine 60.
 
Gary and Hal Grainger along with Hayden Pleau and Andy Boulanger finished in 3rd spot followed by the team of Dave Peskett, Denny O'Connell, Josh Foster and Matt Dunn.
 
Rounding out the top six finishers were the team of Allen Combellack, Brian Cloutier, Don Shalla and Dennis Bouchard followed by Kevin (Seve) Savard, Tim Byrne, Paul Lebeau and Cory Sinclair.

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Overall winner for the day was Dave Babineau with a 73 (net 68).
John Carty shot a net 69 to finish in second spot for the day.
Kevin Turcotte, Bob Forbes and Harold Grose finished in third spot with net 70 scores.
Don Shalla, Randy Rockburn and Andy Boulanger finished in fourth spot.
Dave Wiggins, Dave Peskett and Heinz Ebert rounded out the scoring with net 72's.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 31ST AND MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ST -
CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND
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Gary Grainger, who fired a two-day total of 148, captured the 2003 Men's Club Championship with a wire to wire victory. Allan Howard Jr. presented Gary with the Al Howard championship trophy and provided remarks about Gary's perseverance and dedication to the game. Gary has been a long time member of the Madawaska Golf Club and this was his first major title and a very popular win amongst all of the competitors.
 
The first round leaders included Grainger at 73 followed by Wayne Stiles, Kevin Turcotte and Greg Nezan, who all shot 74. Rob Dontigny fired a two-day total of 149 (with rounds of 78 and 71) to capture 2nd place. Rob also fired the lowest round of the competition with a fine score of 71 on day two.
 
Doug (Dubb) Robertson shot rounds of 74 and 75 and captured the B flight championship as well as finishing 3rd overall in the two-day competition. Wayne Stiles shot a 74 and a 77 to finish in fourth position at 151. Russ Howlett and Ken Ledgerwood shot 157 over the two days to share the runner-up spot in B flight.
 
Steve Wilson was the C flight winner as well as the Marcellus trophy winner for the low net in the tournament. Steve fashioned a two-day total of 165 and a total net score of 125 to lead the parade to the prize table. Andy Boulanger and Dave McDonald finished tied for second position at 171.
 
El Strauss shot a 171 to capture the D flight title. Roger and Bob Smith finished in second and third positions.
 
The course was in superb condition for the championships and special thanks must go to Gord Johansen and his staff for a job well done on the weekend and throughout the year. M&G Coffee and Food Services (Marie and staff) also provided an excellent meal for all of the competitors. Special thanks to the Madawaska Golf Course Men's Club, specifically El Strauss and Ted Davies, who organized a great prize table as well as Amanda and Rick Munro for the scoring.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 - CLOSING FIELD DAY - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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Steve Wilson was the big winner at the closing field day with a net score of 61 (gross score of 79).
Gary Grainger fired the low gross for the day with a 2 under par 68.
Kevin Ryan and Peter Beerli were the low shooters in A flight followed by Ranny Gauvreau, Charlie Clark and Peter Danielowitsch in B flight.
The C flight low shooters included Bob Sherrard, Harold Grose and Hal Grainger.
Kevin Beerli and Heinz Ebert were the low shooters in D flight.
 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 - MUNRO CHALLENGE - TEAM MADAWASKA
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The team from the Mountain Creek Golf Club won the tenth annual Munro Challenge with a convincing 16-stroke victory over the team from the Arnprior Golf Club. The Mountain Creek teams ten best scores totaled 767, which shattered their previous best score by 22 strokes. Rob Knights led Mountain Creek with a record tying score of 69, which also was also the low score for the day. Jim Gault from Mountain Creek also fired a smooth 2 over par 72 to help his team clinch their first victory in the ten-year history of the event.
 
The Arnprior Golf Club finished in second position with a total score of 783 followed by Madawaska with a 788 and Pakenham with a 796. Arnprior's Marcel Grandmaison shot a 73 to lead the Sand Point team in the tournament. Doug Marcellus from the Madawaska Golf Club fired an even par 70 to lead his team for the day and John Stokes from Pakenham fired a one over par 71 to lead the boys from Pakenham Highlands.
 
The points game winners included Madawaska's Rob Dontigny with a hole in one on hole #5, Arnprior's Dan Pope with an eagle 3 on hole #12 and John Stokes from Pakenham with a birdie 2 on hole #16. The annual competition standings have the golfers from Arnprior on top with seven victories followed by Madwaska with two victories and Pakenham and Mountain Creek with one victory apiece.
 
Many thanks to Rick Munro for sponsoring and hosting the annual event and Allan Howard Jr. for providing the scoring for the day.
 

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19 - POLAR BEAR - MENS & LADIES
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**Results to be posted 

SUNDAY, JULY TBA - MEN'S INTERSECTIONALS
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The Men's OVGA Intersectional team competed at Kingsway Park on July 6 and came out of the competition in 3rd spot behind the teams from Kingsway Park and Cedarhill.
 
The host Kingsway team totaled 43 points to move up into section E in 2004.
Madawaska and Cedar Hill battled until the last group to decide the host team for section F in 2004. Cedarhill prevailed in the last group to edge the local team by 2 points (34 to 32).
 
Individual totals for the local squad included Mike Kelly and Kevin Ryan with 6 points, Greg Nezan and Gary Grainger with 4 points, Terry Milne with 3 points, Charlie Clark, Ken Ledgerwood, Doug Robertson and Bill Descoteaux with 2 points and Wayne Stiles with 1 point. Rob Dontigny played in the alternate position on the team.
 
The 2004 OVGA Intersectional competition for section F will be held at the Cedarhill Golf Club.

TBA - SENIOR MEN'S INTERSECTIONALS
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**Results to be posted 

MEN'S HANDICAP MATCH PLAY COMPETITION
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The 2003 Match play champion is Dan Lynch who outlasted Barry Craig in a 36 hole final match. Congratulates to Dan on his victory.
 
The closing meeting for the Madawaska Men's club will be held on October 16 and all Men's club members are invited to attend.
 

CHAMP DE VACHE
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**Results to be posted


 


Ladies' 2003 Events Schedule
 
SUNDAY TOURNAMENTS (includes FIELD DAYS & SCRAMBLES) -
Chairperson:
Marilyn Everett  
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**Results to be posted 

 
The Ladies June Field Day

**Results to be posted 


The Ladies July Field Day

**Results to be posted 


Norma Bowers Field Day

**Results to be posted 
 
 
The Ladies Closing Field Day

**Results to be posted 
 


SATURDAY & SUNDAY, AUGUST 24 & 25 - LADIES' CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP
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The Ladies Club Champion for 2003 is perennial winner, Maureen Dunnigan who fired a closing round 78 to edge the first round leader, Dinah Davies by 2 shots. Dinah led after the first round by 6 shots with a fine 81 but could not match Maureen on day two. Maureen ended the two-day competition with a total score of 165 to beat Dinah's total score of 167.
Ann McLean and Marilyn Everett rounded out the ladies top shooters for the weekend.
 
The B flight champion is Leah Thorburn who shot a two day total of 179 followed by Gail Nezan and MJ Kelly.
 
Velma Smith captured the C flight championship followed by Claire Jones and Yvonne Lavallee.
 
The D flight winner was Norma Grainger followed by Gwen Anderson and Sandra Cocker.
 
The low net winners for the weekend were Leah Thorburn at 129 followed by Dinah Davies at 131.
 

BIRDIES AND CHIPINS - Chairperson: Lynne Sheridan
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**Results to be posted

LADIES' OUTSIDE TOURNAMENTS - Chairperson: Lynne Sheridan
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**Results to be posted

LADIES' INTERSECTIONALS - TBA - Chairperson: Pat Grainger
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**Results to be posted

LADIES' MATCH PLAY- Chairperson: Marilyn Everett
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**Results to be posted

RULES SEMINAR AT GLEN MAR
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Lynne Sheridan has arranged for the women members of Madawaska to join the women members at Glen Mar Golf Club for a rules seminar. This seminar will take place on the 12th of May, 2003 at 6:45pm at the Glen Mar Golf Club. Any member wishing to attend the seminar should contact Lynne at (613) 599-1160.


Mixed Events 2003 Results
(Open to all Membership Classifications - Weekday & Unlimited)


 

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 - MIXED CLOSING 
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**Results to be posted

click here for Scramble Definition
 
 


Junior Events Results 2003


TBA - GIRLS JUNIOR CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS
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**Results to be posted
 


TBA - BOYS JUNIOR CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS
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**Results to be posted

 

 

 
 
2008
 
 
Men's Tournaments
Ladies' Tournaments
Junior Tournaments
May
2
 Kickers Scramble

May

9
 Opening Field Day
TBA
   Girls Junior Clubs
May
16
 Field Day

May

30
 Field Day
TBA
   Boys Junior Clubs
June
6
 2 Man Best Ball
June
13
 Field Day
TBA
 
 Field Days
June
27
 Field Day
July
18
 Field Day
TBA
 
 2 Person Best Ball
July
11
 4 Man Best Ball
Aug
15
 Bowers Field Day
TBA
 
 2 Person Scramble
July
25
 Field Day
Aug
28
 Club Championship      
Aug
8
 Masters Scramble
Sept
12
 Ladies Closing
 
 
 
Aug
22
 Field Day        
Sept
5
 Club Championship
Ladies' OVGA EVENTS
Mixed Events
Sept
18
 Munro Challenge
July
TBA
  Intersectionals
May
28
 Mixed Opening
Sept
19
 Mens Closing
Aug
TBA
 CLGA Seniors
June
25
 Mixed Alternate Hit
Oct
17
 Polar Bear      
July
24
 Mixed Outing TBA
Men's OVGA EVENTS
 
 
 
Sept
25
 Mixed Closing Party
July
TBA  Intersectionals
 
 
 
Oct
17
 Mixed Polar Bear
Sept
TBA  Senior
 Intersectionals
 
 
   
     
 
 
   
 
Men's 2004 Events Schedule

SUNDAY, MAY 2- KICKERS SCRAMBLE - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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The official men’s tour at the Madawaska golf club began on May 2 with the ever-popular Kicker’s Scramble.

Wayne Stiles and his team of Paul Lebeau, John Wiggins and Ross Gibbs were the overall winners with a score of 64 in very trying conditions. Dan McCaskill, Dennis Bouchard, Jim Laforce and John Kohli finished in second spot followed by Ranny Gauvreau, Gord Penney, Wayne Carty and Syd Mason. Bill Descoteaux, Don Shalla, Bob Forbes and Paul Kasig rounded out the top four teams for the day.

SUNDAY, MAY 16 - OPENING FIELD DAY - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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The men’s opening field day was held on May 16 with 80 golfers teeing it up for the first team Madawaska, match play and Champ de Vache qualifier.
The low net winner for the day was Richard Bernier with a fine 66.
Low gross saw a three-way tie between Terry Milne, Greg Nezan and Gary Grainger with scores of 75. Dan McCaskill was the fourth runner up in A flight.
Paul Watters was the B flight winner followed by Charlie Clark, Don Shalla and Frank Pecora.
Ross Gibbs won C
flight. Harold (Hacksaw) Neuman, Bob Forbes and Chris McMullen shared the runner up positions. Andre Bernier, Peter Zander and John Wiggins were the D flight winners.

 

SUNDAY, JUNE 6 - MEN'S 2 MAN BEST BALL - ENTRY FEE: $10.00 
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The men’s Ryder Cup was held on June 6. This is a new event on the Mad tour this year and the inaugural winners were Bill Descoteaux and Peter Zander with a 56. Charlie Clark and Barry Craig from the Madawaska senior tour finished in second spot with a 57 followed by Dale Campbell and Russ Howlett with a 58. Dave and Adam Babineau also fired a 58, followed by Randy Wright and Gord McCarthur with a 59. Andre and Richard Bernier rounded out the top six finishers for the day also with a score of 59.

The event featured two man teams
playing 6 holes of scramble, 6 holes of alternate shot and 6 holes of net best ball. The format proved to be very popular and the men’s club executive has already pencilled the event in again for next year.

SUNDAY, JUNE 27 - FIELD DAY - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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John Carty’s net score of 63 was the low net round of the day.
Terry Milne fired a smooth 72 to capture the low gross honors for the day.
Kevin Ryan, Gary Grainger and Bill Descoteaux were the low shooters in A flight.
The B flight low shooters included Don Shalla, Blake Wimperis, Dale Campbell, Randy Rockburn and Russ Howlett.
The C flight low shooters were Steve Nezan, Josh Foster, Ross Gibb and Wayne Carty.
D flight winners were Jim Bonnar, Wally Cameron, Trevor Smith and El Strauss.

SUNDAY, JULY 11 - WILLOW TREE (4-MAN) BEST BALL - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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The winning team included Doug Carty, Wayne Carty, John Carty and Tom Dontigny with an amazing score of 21 under par – 49.
Gary Grainger’s team with Hal Grainger, Hayden Pleau and Steve Wilson finished in 2nd spot with a score of 50. Other top finishers included the veteran team of Bob Hindshaw, Gerry Branje, Heinz Ebert and Barry Craig.

John Kohli, Wally Cameron, Gord Smith and Randy Rockburn finished ahead of the Dan McCaskill foursome, which included Jim Bonnar, Brian Wallace and Rick Anderson.

SUNDAY, JULY 25 - FIELD DAY - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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Dave Babineau shot a fine gross score of 70 to win the July field day. Gary Grainger, Greg Nezan, Terry Milne and Doug Robertson were the other top shooters in A flight.

Brian Wallace, Barry Craig and Charlie Clark were the low shooters in B flight followed by Steve Nezan, Steve Wilson, Bob Forbes and Randy Rockburn in C flight.

Wally Cameron, Peter Zander, El Straus and Trevor Smith were the low shooters in D flight.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 8 - MASTER'S SCRAMBLE - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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The Masters Scramble was held on August 8th and the team of Gary Grainger, Hal Grainger, Hayden Pleau and Andy Boulanger were the winners in the eighty golfer field with an 11 under par score of 59.

Ken Ledgerwood, Ranny Gauvreau, Sean Riordan and Chris McMullen were the runners up with a score of 61. Other low teams included Wayne Stiles, Bob Hindshaw, Don Shalla and Ross Gibb, Gord McCarthur, Randy Wright, Tim Byrne and Kevin Savard. Mike Wright, Dave Cormier and tom and Paul Watters were also in the top five for the day.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 22 - KEVIN SULLIVAN MEMORIAL FIELD DAY - ENTRY FEE: $10.00   back to top

Ted Davies won the August field day with a net score of 64 (gross score of 78).
Terry Milne fired a 74 to win overall low gross honors over Greg Nezan who shot a 75.
Other winners in A flight included Dave Babineau, Kevin Turcotte and Kevin Ryan.

The winner in B flight was Randy Rockburn followed by Don Shalla, Rock Bertrand, Harold Grose and Frank Pecora.
C flight low shooters included Glen Stevens, Bob Forbes, Dave McDonald and Chris McMullen.

Gerry Branje, Andre Bernier, Steve Wilson and Trevor Smith were the D flight winners.

SUNDAY-MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th - 6th
CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND
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Wayne Stiles captured the men’s club championship with a two-day total score of 148.
Wayne fired a day one score of 73 and followed that up with 75 on day two to edge perennial challenger Greg Nezan by two strokes.
Wayne was a very gracious winner. He mentioned that he has been playing at the club for 25 years and this was his first big win. Last year’s winner, Gary Grainger was on hand to present Wayne with the club championship trophy for 2004.

The day one leaders in A flight included Greg Nezan and Stiles at 73, Kevin (Seve) Savard at 74, Kevin Turcotte at 75 and Gary Grainger and Ken Ledgerwood at 76. The final tally in A flight was Stiles at 148, Nezan at 150, Savard at 155 and Dave Babineau at 156.

The B club champion is Don Shalla who fired a pair of 76’s to defeat Barry Craig who shot an 81 on day one and a career best 73 on day two. Ranny Gauvreau finished in third position at 157 and Mike Wright finished in fourth place with a two-day total of 161.

Richard Bernier who fired a two-day total of 161 won the C flight division. Cory Sinclair finished in second spot at 164 followed by Dennis Bouchard at 170 and Bob Forbes at 171.

D flight was won by Doug Carty with a 179 followed by Wally Cameron at 183.
John Wiggins and Doug Howe tied for third at 189.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 - MUNRO CHALLENGE - TEAM MADAWASKA
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The team from the Mountain Creek Golf Club won the eleventh annual Munro Challenge with a convincing 17-stroke victory over the team from the Arnprior Golf Club. The Mountain Creek teams ten best scores totaled 751, which bettered the events previous best score by 5 strokes. Rob Knights led Mountain Creek with a competition record score of 68, which also was also the low sore for the day. Bill Griese and Don Robertson fired a pair of 73’s which was followed up by

Perry Freda’s 74 to pace the team from the Creek to their second consecutive victory.
The Arnprior Golf Club finished in second position
with a total score of 768 followed by Madawaska with a 790 and Pakenham with a 819.
Arnprior’s Peter Duffy shot a 72 to lead the Sand Point team in the tournament.
Jeff McCormick fired a 73 followed by Paul Hoban at 74 and Doug Legg at 75 to round out the top shooters from Arnprior.
Wayne Stiles, Gary Grainger and Terry Milne fired 76’s to lead the team from the Madawaska. John Stokes from Pakenham fired a 77 to lead the boys from Pakenham Highlands.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 - CLOSING FIELD DAY - ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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Steve Wilson was the big winner at the closing field day with a net score of 60 (gross score of 79).  Steve successfully defending his title from last year.
Mike Kelly fired the low gross for the day with a 1 under par 69 to lead the A flight group. Doug Robertson and Gary Grainger were the low shooters in A flight followed by Don Shalla, Harold Grose, Blake Wimperis and Ted Davies in B flight.
The C flight low shooters included Dennis Bouchard, Richard Bernier, Mike Teed and John Wiggins Heinz Ebert, Bob Hindshaw, Wally Cameron and Gerry Branje were the low shooters in D flight.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17- POLAR BEAR- ENTRY FEE: $10.00
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**Details to be posted

SUNDAY, JULY TBA - MEN'S INTERSECTIONALS
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**Details to be posted

TBA - SENIOR MEN'S INTERSECTIONALS
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**Details to be posted

MEN'S HANDICAP MATCH PLAY COMPETITION
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The 2004 Match play champion is Rod Howe who outlasted Greg Nezan in a 36 hole final match. Congratulates to Rod on his victory.

CHAMP DE VACHE
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**Details to be posted


 


Ladies' 2004 Events Schedule

 

SUNDAY TOURNAMENTS (includes FIELD DAYS & SCRAMBLES) -
Chairperson:
Marilyn Everett  
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July 18 was our 2 Person Best Ball Tournament. The team of Maureen Dunnigan and Norma Grainger placed first, followed by M.J.Kelly and Gail Nezan. Janice Bonnar and Caroline Craig finished in third, and in fourth place were Kay Wilson and Pat Charette.

August 11 was a member guest night and also a fund raiser for Breast Cancer. The sponsor for the evening was Scoops and we had about 60 women out. By the end of the evening we had raised $442 for Breast Cancer Research. Thanks to everyone who made this a successful evening.

Elections for next year's executive have been completed and the 2005 Executive consists of Pat Charette, Norma Grainger, Ann MacLean, Joyce Murray, Ruth Sawdon, and Kay Wilson. The women will announce what position they will hold early next spring. Thanks to all who put their name forward for nomination. Without the active participation of so many, our Ladies Club would not be as active or enjoyable.

Remember that there is lots of fall golf time left.

NORMA BOWERS FIELD DAY - AUGUST 15
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This tournament is in memory of Norma Bowers and a trophy is presented to the C Division winner. Caroline Craig, last years winner presented the trophy to Pat Charette.
The runner up in C was Gwen Anderson.
The A Division winner was Maureen Dunnigan followed by Dinah Davies.
In B, Caroline Craig was the winner and Janice Bonnar came in second.
The winner in D was Norma Grainger.

AUGUST 28 & 29 - LADIES' CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP
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Saturday, Aug. 28 was a very hot steamy day with some very close competition, especially in B Division. We were fortunate to finish on Sunday just before the skies opened. The course was in excellent condition thanks to Gord and his staff.

The Club Champion for 2004 is Maureen Dunnigan with a 2 day total of 156. Second in A was Ann MacLean with a total of 168.

The winner of B Division was M.J. Kelly with a total of 177, followed by Leah Thorburn with a total of 179. In C the winner was Helene Hume with a 188 total followed by Joan Strauss with a total of 211. Susan Wimperis led D with 215, followed by Norma Grainger with 217.

Following Sunday's round, the women enjoyed a lunch and presentations to everyone.
Congratulations to all who participated.

BIRDIES AND CHIPINS - Chairperson: Lynne Sheridan
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Birdies and Chip-ins are acknowledged for Wednesday and Tournament play only. They should be entered on the designated sheets, attested, and placed in the Birdie and Chip-in box.

LADIES' OUTSIDE TOURNAMENTS - Chairperson: Lynne Sheridan
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**Details to be posted

LADIES' INTERSECTIONALS - Chairperson: Pat Grainger
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**Details to be posted

LADIES' MATCH PLAY - Chairperson: Marilyn Everett
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**Details to be posted


Mixed Events 2004 Schedule
(Open to all Membership Classifications - Weekday & Unlimited)

MAY 28 - MIXED OPENING - MENS & LADIES
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**Details to be posted

JUNE 25 - MIXED ALTERNATE HIT - MENS & LADIES
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**Details to be posted

JULY 24 - MIXED MENS & LADIES - TBA
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**Details to be posted

SEPTEMBER 25 - MIXED CLOSING - MENS & LADIES
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**Details to be posted

OCTOBER 17 - MIXED POLAR BEAR - MENS & LADIES
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**Details to be posted


Junior Events 2004


GIRLS JUNIOR CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS
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**Details to be posted
 


BOYS JUNIOR CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS
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**Details to be posted

 
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