Wednesday, Aug. 21 dawned bright and sunny for the Seniors golf tournament and 22 teams turned out for the event, held at the Carlyle Golf Course.
With 11 women ad 33 men competing for top spot, the greens saw a lot of action. Golfers played 9 holes in the morning, had burgers and hotdogs for lunch and then played another 9 holes in the afternoon, with dessert and dainties in the clubhouse after they finished.
Bertha Isliefson had the honour of being the youngest on the course and George Eisler, the oldest, at the age of 92.
There were many members from Carlyle, but Moosomin, Carnduff, Parkman, and Moose Creek golfers were represented too.
The winner of the Longest Drive and Longest Putt went to Christy Jarvis, Longest Drive for men to Terry Morrow, Closest Approach went to Rick Burnett and Colleen Brown, and Closest to the Line was Bertha Isliefson.
The winners for the day were Martin Tourand and Barry Beaver, with Rick Burnett and Bruce Porter taking second. Most honest team was Eric Sorenson and George Eisler.
(Note: more photos from this year's senior golf tournament can be seen in this week's issue of "The Observer" on page 8"