Senior Men’s open golf tourement at Little Falls golf club

The Senior Men’s open golf tournament was played on Aug 8th. It was opened with a moment of silence for long time tournament organizer, Leo Lamarche who  was involved in this tournament as a player and organizer for 28 years. ( he won this tournament in 1996).

 

Greg Tighe wins the 29th annual Seniors Open with a pair of 38’s and a total score of 76

Greg was presented the Barny Modeland Memorial Trophy, by tournament organizer Ray Laquerre

 

64 players from across northwestern Ontario to Alberta, took in the annual event.

Championship flight winners, Don Robertson 77, Kevin Cain 80, Mel Larson 81 on a count back.

Flight #1 winners Tim Fairburn 77, Jerry Cripps 82, Mark Clark 87 on a count back.

Flight #2 winners Franco Calvelli 82, Brian McCallum jr 85, Jim Kusick 87 on a count back.

Flight #3 winners Jean Lambert 86, Jerry Garber 87, John Krann 94.

Flight #4 winners Dave Warren 85, Reed Sherwood 87, Ron Bridgeman 88 on a count back.

Flight #5 winners Gary Braun 88, Al Holt 90, Hartley Beauregard 91.

Flight #6 winners Pat Alexander 94, Pete Barna 94, Lance Beauregard 95.

Flight #7 winners Jim Fowler 94, Richard Lampi 98, Scotty Russell 101.

 

Longest Drive: longest drive seniors for 50 to 70 age group, was Russ Desserre.

Alton Pollard had the longest drive of those over 70 .

Shortest Drive, Larry Ogden.

Closest to the pin on the par three holes, all were given a package of steaks donated by Foodland.

Hartley Beauregard, Don Robertson,Pete Barna.

Thanks to Maxine McCallun and Sally Speck for taking care of the Scoring and posting of the scores.

Thanks to Motown, for the great meal prepared for the event..

Thanks to all of the golf cart owners who donated their carts for the day,

and those who sponsored and/or donated to the event.

 
 

2017 Senior men’s club championship at little falls golf club.

Senior men’s club championship 2017 Aug 24th
championship flight:

Tim Fairburn needed a lot of luck on the 18th hole to win his second Seniors club Championship in a row.

Tim finished the tournament with a score of 80, with Mark Clark (who won in 2015) hot on his tail with an 82.

Peter Barna presenting the Al Ward- Hartley Watson Trophy to Tim Fairburn.

Franco Calvelli took the low net on a count back with a 72, with 2 birdies on the round.

Second Flight:
Jerry Cripps shot a 89 to take low gross in the second flight
Gary Billings took the low net with a 73 with two birdies on the round.

Third Flight:

Lance Beauregard shot a 102 and with that score, took low gross in the third flight.
Allan Bruyerre took the low net with a 79.
A special prize, a statue of an eagle was given to Jean Lambert for the eagle he recorded on hole # 1 during the senior mens open played on Aug 8th. the only Eagle recorded on that day.

Other players who scored birdies were Ray Laquerre on # 1, Mark Clark on # 5 and Mark Labossiere on hole # 14.

Thanks to Motown for the great meal served and to all of the sponsors who donated prizes for the event.
Thanks to the committee of Ray Laquerre, Pete Barna and Richard Lampi for organizing the Tourney.

 

Senior men’s club championship at Little Falls Golf Club

2016 senior men’s club championship.

Tim Fairburn wins the Senior men’s club championship with a round of 79, a one stroke victory over last years winner, Mark Clark .
Tim also had the longest drive and closest to the pin on # 11, (31′ 6″).

Mark Clark and Jean Lambert with a 70 for the low net in the first flight

Other closet to the pin winners were Jean Lambert 18′ 2″ on # 2,
Pete Barna 53″ on hole # 6 and Allan Bruyere 7′ 1″ on # 15

23 Players took part in the club championship.

Flight two winner, Barry Anderson shot a 89 with Ted McLeod taking the low net with a 68, Pete Barna took second low net with a 70.

Brian McLeod won the third flight with a 90. Richard Lampi shot a low net of 66 while Lance Beauregard took the 2nd low net with a 72.

Tim Fairburn senior men's champ 2016

 

Kevin Cain wins the Atikokan Seniors open Golf Tournament

 

Kevin Cain Wins the Senior Mens Open at Little Falls Golf Course on Aug 9th 2016

Kevin played the front nine in a 38 and improved his score on the back nine with a 37 for a 75 on the day.

He was tied with Greg Tighe with two holes to play, he parred the last two holes while Greg took bogies
on 17 and 18 leaving Kevin with a two-stroke victory.

Larry Ogden took the low net with a 67

70 golfers took part in the tourney and played in nice warm sunny conditions with light winds.

Kevin Was Presented with the Trophy by Ray Laquerre, the tournament chairman.

The rest of the organizing committee, Pete Barna looked after the prizes, Harold Mosley and Richard Lampi helped give them out.

winner of Little Falls Seniors Open Aug 9th 2016_cr_cr

 

many thanks to Sally Speck, Phyllis Mosley, Maxine McCallum, Jeannine Barna and Judy Lamarche,
for the great job they did in checking all the score cards and listing all of the scores for the guys to give out the prices.

championship flight Low Gross winners — Greg Tighe 77, Todd Bryk 78 on a count back, Russ Desserre 78, Don Robertson 79
Low Net Winners — Tim Fairburn 69, Earl Kline 70 on a count back, Frank Calvelli 70, Dave Green 74.

Flight # 1 low Gross winners– Brady Hubert 85, Alton Pollard 87, Raymond Roy 90, John Commine 94 on a count back.
low Net Winners– Gary Ladouceur 71, Art Huntley 76, Roy Lund 78, Jean Lambert 80 on a count back.

Flight # 2 low Gross Winners– Rod Payne 85, Al Holt 86, Ron Speck 88, Gordon Hoskins 90.
low net Winners– Gary Braun 70, John Mano 72 C.B, Bob Whalen 72 C.B. Glenn Boyda 72 C.B.

Flight # 3 low Gross Winners– Brian McCallum sr 96, Scotty Russell 98, Richard Lampi 99, Eli Kemph 100.
low net Winners– Brian McLeod 68, Ivan Pettit 70, Kelly Beauregard 73, Rick Cain 74.

Closest to the hole # 2 Ray Laquerre 14′ 5″.
# 6 Glenn Boyda   21″
# 11 Raymond Roy 10′ 1″
# 15 Tim Fairburn  23″

Most Accurate Drive– Jean Lambert

Longest Drive — Greg Tighe

Shortest Drive — Brian McCallum sr

Most Experienced golfer ( high score) Jim Fowler.

Thanks to all of the golf cart owners who donated their carts for the day, and all   of those who sponsored and/or donated to the event.

Special thanks to Motown, for the great meal prepared for the event..

 

 

Driftwood Classic Winter Golf Tourament

driftwood classic players

the players in the driftwood classic from about 2004.

Max Clement has been hosting this event for many years.  The layout is for 18 holes, and depending on the weather it is sometimes shortened to only 9 holes.

the front nine is 1770 yards and the parr is 37.  The back nine is much longer and plays 2403 yards long, the par is the same as the front nine, 37.

Hole # 13 plays 500 yards long and if there is any snow on the ice it is very hard to reach. conditions must  be good to play the 18 holes.

You can walk the course, use a 4 wheeler or a snow machine to get around.

Driftwood Classic winter golf tourney 2016

 

2016 driftwood classic open Ray Laquerre, Max Fulton,Adam Clement, Max Clement, Greg Fulton

Driftwood open winter classic.

Max Clement’s driftwood winter classic was held on April 3 rd 2016,
This golf tournament has been held for 20 plus years, and is played on the ice in front of Max’s cabin
on Driftwood bay on the floodwaters (Marmion lake Reservoir),north of the Atikokan Hydro Generating Station site.

Some years the ice conditions were very poor and the tournament was not held.

This years classic started with a stop at the White Otter Inn where everyone had a full breakfast
to get them warmed up and mentally prepared to face the minus 12 degree temps and a 15 km wind
that was waiting for them on the Lake.

the snow was falling and there had been about 4 cm on the ice.
Driftwood bay, got its name for all the driftwood and stumps that are present in the bay, this area was flooded in 1926
as a storage area for the hydro dam at the moose lake hydro station

Max, with his three Grandsons, Adam Clement, Max and his twin brother Gregg Fulton, with Ray Laquerre and Richard Lampi rounded out the golfers who braved the weather to participate in this classic.

The game was played one day after Max’s 90th birthday.