Winning Weekend: Golf Kenosee hosts Moose Mountain Classic

            This year's Moose Mountain Classic Tournament at Golf Kenosee hosted nearly 100 golfers at the annual two-day event, held Saturday, Aug. 27 and Sunday, Aug. 28.

            “It's a big event for us,” says Golf Kenosee operations manager Cheryl Dubois. “This tournament has probably been going for almost 20 years. It features Mens, Ladies, Junior and Senior (55-plus) divisions.”

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            This year's winners of two-day flighted tournament are:

            Ladies Championship: First place: Wendy Currie; Second place: Colleen Currie; Third place: Alison Dunning.

            Mens Championship: First place: Justin Redding; Second place: Shawn McNall; Third place: Cody Duchscherer.

            Senior Championship: First place: Paul Grimes; Second place: Dean Lequyer; Third place: Dean Bellegarde.

            Jay Mohr was the winner of the coveted Rider Package-donated by Russell Investments and Bill Welk-which included four tickets to the Saskatchewan Roughriders' final game in Mosaic Stadium, a signed jersey by Darian Durant, and a signed football

            Golf Kenosee head professional Shawn Woods says: “There are so many people to thank-our members, golfers, sponsors and staff all make this tournament such a success, and we thank them all.”

            “Golf Kenosee's course is one of the nicest golf courses I've ever seen and it's in great condition this year. It was a great weekend and we're already looking forward to next season.”

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