Ponoka head pro Ryan Moore hands Dan Stol his club championship trophy following the final round on Aug. 18. Photo submitted

Ponoka club champions declared

The Ponoka Golf club hosted its annual club championship at the course on a beautiful weekend.

A total of 60 members participated in a 36-hole stroke play tournament held Aug. 17 and 18 with seven champions being crowned.

Don Stol came away as the overall club champion, while the men’s first flight champ was Glen Kawahara.

Clint Morin captured the senior club championship with Roger Schell winning the super senior club title.

For the ladies, the club champion was Tricia Schell with the senior championship going to Glenda Morrow.

Last, but not least though, was Maureen Schell who was the senior ladies 60 and over low-net champion.

Head Pro Ryan Moore was extremely pleased with the event, with everything going smoothly and the recent wet weather holding off for the weekend.

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