Night golf held at Bredenbury

The Bredenbury Golf Course held a very successful night golf tournament this past Saturday with 56 avid golfers registering for the fun event. The first nine holes were teed off at 4 o’clock in daylight. This was followed by a delicious hamburger, sausage supper which was open for all to attend. Approximately 65 were served. After supper a few skills were tested and winners declared.

Men’s longest drive – Tanner Burman

Women’s longest drive – Laura Langford

Closest to Pin – Brad Altiwasser

Night golf began at 9 o’clock. Each golfer received glow bands and a special glow ball to complete the tournament.

Winners in the event were

Juniors

1st – Brendon Derbowka

2nd – Austin Derbowka

3rd – Tyson Herron

4th – Keagan Altiwasser

Senior Ladies

1st – Muriel Nicol

2nd – Gloria Herron

3rd – Connie Taylor

Senior Men

1st  - Ken Morrison

2nd – Cam Louittit

3rd – Lint Taylor

Ladies

1st – Shelby Derbowka

2nd – Kelsey Campbell

3rd – Rebecca Derbowka

Men’s

1st – Skyler Hladum

2nd – Usman Siddiqui

3rd – Robert Taylor

Various draws and raffles were also held

Yorkton Deer Park Golf Pass & Cart Fees – Robert Taylor

Chair – Cam Louittit

Two beautiful flower baskets donated by Sandy & Dale Kotzer from “Wine & Roses” Greenhouse in Langenburg were won by Austin Derbowka and George Campbell.

Special thanks to all who organized, worked, donated and attended this  event. It was a big success.

Irene Badowich is away to Spokan with her son Dan & family. They will be visiting her daughter Carrie and family who live there.

Peter Janett is in Saskatoon visiting with his daughter Lori and families.

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