Former club pro wins Pemberton Valley golf tournament 

Lance Lundy, the former club pro for the Pemberton Valley Golf and Country Club, shot the lowest gross round last weekend to win the men’s championship flight in the 11th Annual Pemberton Open Golf Tournament.

Bruce Van Mook shot the lowest net score in the same category.

The men’s first flight went to Bill Cuthbert for the low gross and Ted Gobert for the low net. Both are from Pemberton.

In the men’s second flight, Whistler’s Ian Dennis won for the lowest gross and Gary Barber for the lowest net.

The Ladies Championship Flight went to Vancouver’s Andrea Hutton with the lowest gross and Whistler’s Olwen Kuiper for the lowest net.

In the Ladies First Flight, Jan MacKenzie shot the low gross and Marilyn Ross the low net. Both are from Pemberton.

The Bang Golf Long Drive championships were also held. Brian Young, using a Bang-o-matic driver, launched the ball 391 yards. Ray Jean shot 355 and Scott McKay 340. The junior long drive champion was Matt Goulet and the women’s champion was Andrea Hutton.

This year 110 players entered the tournament, with more than $15,000 in prizes for the field. The organizers hope to sell out all 144 spots in the tournament next season.

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