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Carlyle Golf Club hosts successful seniors’ tournament

Senior golfers had a lot of fun at the recent tournament at the Carlyle Golf Course:
Carlyle Golf Club seniors tournament 2022
Many golfers were entered at the Carlyle Golf Club senior tournament.

CARLYLE - Seventy-five golfers participated in a two-person best ball tournament at the Carlyle Golf Club on Aug. 11.  

There were 11 men’s teams, eight women’s teams and 18 mixed teams. The tournament was considered non-competitive, and the winning teams received the same quality of prizes as those awarded to the lower flights.  

Every participant received a door prize with a minimum retail value of $25. Fifty of the golfers were non-members and travelled from as far away as Regina and Minot.  

Clubhouse manager Terri Field was extremely pleased with how the day went.  

“What a great tournament with full participation including a lot of out-of-town golfers,” said Field. “The event ran very smoothly and was greatly enjoyed by all. Thank you to the organizing committee and the many local businesses who generously donated prizes.” 

Jacky Lothian of White Bear Lake praised the course conditions.  

“As we golfed in today’s tournament, we had to ask ourselves why was this our first time this year. The course is in amazing shape and today’s tournament was great fun. We shared laughs with many people from the surrounding areas and it was evident that organizers went above and beyond in ensuring everything ran smoothly.” 

 “This annual tournament is a great way to have a fun day golfing,” said Ed Plumb of Kenosee Lake. “With the best ball format there is little pressure for a high handicap golfer like me having to make every shot count. I can just enjoy golfing 18 holes with others, and everyone went home with a prize.” 

Linda Vandesype lives in Pilot Butte and she and her husband Jerome brought down a few friends.  

“We had an absolutely great time. The food was wonderful and there was an awesome selection of prizes for all. The hospitality in your town can’t be beat. We’re looking forward to coming again next year.” 

“I registered to golf and was surrounded by over 80 plus people laughing and loving what they were doing,” said Debra Laurent of Arcola. “Can it get any better? The well-organized tournament had great support from people and businesses from new and far thankful to get advertising and promotion from a small crew.”  


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