Top five finish for Chilliwack’s Cavanaugh

Chilliwack's Jerome Cavanaugh stared down some of BC's top amateur golfers at the Beach Grove tournament in Tsawassen.

Chilliwack’s Jerome Cavanaugh had the top low-net score and the fifth lowest low-gross score at last weekend’s Beach Grove Amateur golf tournament.

Cavanaugh fired rounds of 70 and 72 to finish at even par, carding eight birdies over 36 holes at the Beach Grove Golf Club in Tsawassen.

He was three strokes off the overall lead, held by Brad le Page.

Another Chilliwackian, Cody Stewart, tied for eighth at three over par.

Connor O’Dell tied for 18th at nine over and Mathew Lamb tied for 34th at 17 over.

Find the leaderboard online at golfleaguegenius.com/pages/76317

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