The Birchbank Men’s Open recognized it’s top golfers on Sunday at the Birchbank Golf Course. From left: Rob Drezdof - Men’s Open Chair & Club President awards Dan Dupuis with Overall Low Net, Gord Corder - Men’s Open Division Overall Low Gross, Jeff Papilion (Director of Golf )- Men’s Senior Division Overall Low Gross, Dave Johnston - Senior Division Overall Low Net and Derrick Simister - Men’s Open Committee-Director.

Birchbank Men’s Open names top flight golfers

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Birchbank Men’s Open

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Men’s Open Division Score

Overall low gross Gord Corder 210

Overall low net Dan Dupuis 208


Low Gross Kevin Hogg 210

2nd Gross Dylon Maine 212

3rd Gross Garett Kucher 215

Low Net Ben Gresley-Jones 211

2nd Net Steve Simister 213

3rd Net Josh Colletti 215


Low Gross Mike Jensen 238

2nd Gross Rob Drezdoff 242

3rd Gross Shane Cathina (retro) 243

Low Net Spence Lefriec (retro) 214

2nd Net Jeremy Weed (Retro) 214

3rd Net Brian Clark 215

Men’s Senior Division

Overall low gross Jeff Papilion 221

Overall low net Dave Johnston 207


Low Gross Chad Cherry 223

2nd Gross Brad Harding 224

3rd Gross Bruce McKay 232

Low Net Doug Koffinke 207

2nd Net Bob Sola 208

3rd Net Rob McKay 212


Low Gross John Shubert 250

2nd Gross Jerry Boyd 257

3rd Gross Nicholas Gray 258

Low Net Gregg Huston 209

2nd Net Jeff Norton 213

3rd Net Steve Robinson (Retro) 215

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