Rempel and McAdie battle in Nabs Pro-Am

Chilliwack's Jared Rempel had a solid round that included an eagle, beating fellow Chilliwackian Chad McAdie by four strokes.

Chilliwackians Jared Rempel and Chad McAdie finished 7-8 at the Frank Palmer ‘Nabs’ Invitational Pro-Am, held Monday.

Fourteen pros tackled the links at North Vancouver’s Seymour Golf and Country Club. Rempel fired a two-under-par 68 to finish four strokes behind the winner, Nathan Leonhardt from the Richmond Country Club. Rempel’s round included birdies on the fourth, 10th, 16th and 18th holes.

He eagled 11 and pocketed $375 for his efforts.

McAdie’s even-par 72 included three birdies balanced out by three bogeys.

He earned $262.50.

See vancouvergolftour.com for schedules and results.

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