Pauls in hunt at Pitt Meadows major

Seven Chilliwack golfers tested themselves against the Pitt Meadows Golf Club course at last week's Vancouver Golf Tour stop.

Aaron Pauls was the top Chilliwackian at the Vancouver Golf Tour’s third major of the spring, held Tuesday and Wednesday at the Pitt Meadows Golf Club.

Pauls finished in a tie for seventh with a two round score of 140. At four under par, Pauls finished six shots back of tourney winner Ryan Williams (Hazelmere).

Pauls competed as an amateur and didn’t pick up any prize money.

Chilliwack Golf Academy instructor Brad Clapp finished in a tie for 14th. After a scorching opening round (69), Clapp struggled to a 73 on Wednesday, carding a two under par 142.

Chilliwack Golf and Country Club had five other golfers in the field.

Chad McAdie tied for 24th with a two over par 146.

Jared Rempel tied for 31st with a six over par 150.

Matt Gudmundson tied for 33rd with an eight over par 152.

Kaleb Fisher was 40th with a 14 over par 158 and Heath Stone was 49th with a 29 over par 173.

Find the leaderboard online at vancouvergolftour.com

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