Long-ball specialist Vince Lewis won his second straight Spallumcheen men’s club championship by carding a 142 over 36 holes last weekend.
Lewis went 69-73 and finished six strokes in front of Kyle Wiebe, who won the title in 2008 and ‘06. Lewis earned a range pass and a Ping three-wood.
There was a field of 91. Blake Kimura was the overall low net champion at 134.4 and pocketed the same prizes as Lewis.
Wiebe took the first flight (index 1.7-7.2) with Bob Smith second at 152, followed by Randy Strang at 153, Don Howe at 156, Bob Vedan at 158 and Ryan Moffat with a 159.
The second flight low gross winner as Dave Haverty with a 152, four shots ahead of Bob Wagner. Gord Hull was third at 162, while Mark Dearing produced a 163 for fourth (retrogression). Dave Bissell was fifth at 163, while Tyler Galenzoski placed sixth at 164.
Greg Humphreys ruled the third flight with a 163, followed by Rick Rosman (retro) and Doug Hiebert, both at 167. Pat Lewis was fourth at 168, followed by Brian Borgford at 169 and Dennis Bosovich with a 173.
The fourth flight title went to Fred Soderberg at 165 with Louie Seiwertsen at 167 and Ivan Legrandeur at 168. Laurie Jenner was fourth with a 171, Bob Collins fifth at 176 and Wayne Brown sixth at 177 (retro).
Low net king in the first flight was Doug Kuhn at 138.4, followed by Jon Gardner at 138.8, Dave Gray at 142.8 and Alf Head at 144.8. Brian Knourek was fifth at 145.6 and Frank Genaille sixth at 145.8.
Club captain Bob Shannon ruled the second flight at 138.4 with Norm Metcalf runner-up at 142.6 and Jeff Smith third at 142.6. Wes Carr was fourth at 144.6, followed by Darold Zukowsky at 145 and Gary Gilchrist at 148.2
Rodger Bergen topped the third flight at 141 with Cec Thorne second at 142.6 and Dave Schneider third at 144.4. Tom Wild finished fourth at 144.8, followed by Randy Page at 146 and Frank Teskey at 148.2.
The fourth flight title went to Dave Ingram at 136.8 with Tosh Oizumi at 140.6, Harry Bowker at 141.6 and Dave Gerhardt at 142.8. In fifth was Doug Jackson at 144.2, followed by Bob Allan at 146.6.