Greggain takes title at PGA of BC Womens Championship

Jennifer Greggain captured her second crown with a one-stroke win over hard-charging Vancouverite Salimah Mussani.

Jennifer Greggain has won her second PGA of BC Womens Golf Championship.

The Chilliwack Golf Club instructor held off Vancouver’s Salimah Mussani to claim the crown on a rainy Tuesday morning.

The two-round tourney was played at Richmond’s Mayfair Lakes Golf Club.

Greggain battled through tough conditions to post an opening round 80 on Monday.

She came back with a 76 in round two, including birdies on the third and 11th holes.

Mussani charged hard on the back nine with birdies on four of the last six holes. But she missed a chance to tie when she bogeyed 18, giving Greggain the title. Greggain also won this event in 2013.

The other golfers in the small field of six were Ashley Zibrik, Leila Harman, Tara Roden and Danielle Poupart.

Find a link to full results at pgabc.org

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