Golf Kenosee retains Moose Mountain Ryder Cup

Golf Kenosee again has prevailed in the Moose Mountain Ryder Cup Challenge over the team from White Bear Lake Golf Course.

The two-day event was won by a score of 19-5.

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The first day was played Saturday at White Bear; in the morning, team matches of better ball, Kenosee held a 4-2 edge, and then took the afternoon competition of alternate shot by the same score.

The second day shifted to Golf Kenosee and with an 8-4 score, it would mean White Bear would need to win nine of the 12 individual match play points, leaving the White Bear team with little room for error.

Kenosee cruised to victory with an 11-1 result on Sunday, taking the 2020 title again over the team from White Bear.


Pictured from left are Kelly Greenbank, Sheldon Warner, Kale Swanson, Carson Harcourt, Clarke Lemieux [back], Fritz Sauter [front], Al Coffey, Ty Lamontagne, Tom Hamilton [back], Kent Sauter [front], Dave Balfour, Rick Halberg, Mark Cudmore, Buddy Beauchense [Front], Pat Coffey. 

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