One shot win for Harper


Jared Rempel watches his putt on the ninth green during the Chilliwack Men’s Open tournament

James Harper was the top ranked pro at the Chilliwack Men’s Open golf tournament, held last weekend at the Chilliwack Golf and Country Club.

Harper’s gross 135 was one shot better than a trio of golfers tied for second.

Bryn Parry, Brad Clapp and Dave Zibrik all checked in at 136.

Andrew Johnson, Mewail Kidane, Caine Lacusta, Ray Stewart and Brett Webster all carded 139’s.

Stewart’s son, Brett, is in his first year as a pro. He ranked 35th overall with a 151.

On the amateur side, Mike Broadfoot had the top overall gross score at 139, with George Hovannes shooting a low net 133. Other top low-gross finishers were Joel McCall, Jerome Cavanagh, Chris Dutton, Pat McGuire and Sandy Nordio.

Other top low-net finishers were Matthew Facio, Richard Fife, Kirk Sootheran and Stan Cunningham.

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