Kevin Stinson wins by one stroke at Ledgeview Classic

The Cheam Mountain instructor outlasted Langley’s James Allenby in a thrilling one round tourney.

A pair of Cheam Mountain golfers snagged top five spots at an early season Vancouver Golf Tour event last week.

The one-round Ledgeview Classic was played April 4 at the Ledgeview Golf and Country Club in Abbotsford, with Kevin Stinson taking top spot. Cheam Mountain’s lead instructor shot a four-under-par 66 with four birdies to win by one stroke over Brett Webster (Ledgeview) and James Allenby (Langley Golf Centre).

Cheam Mountain co-owner Chad McAdie was close behind, shooting a one-under-par 69 to finish fifth.

Chilliwack’s Connor McLellan and Brad Clapp slid into the top-20 with matching two-over-par 72s, tying for 16th place. Kaleb Fisher (Cheam Mountain) was 25th. Matt Gudmundson (Chilliwack Golf Club) was 26th. Evan Woudstra (Chilliwack) was 33rd and Mathew Lamb (Chilliwack) was 35th.

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