LOCKE HAS A THREE STROKE LEAD HEADING
INTO THE FINAL ROUND OF
#GOLFBEATTIESTRONG CHAMPIONSHIP AT THE TRURO GOLF CLUB
Truro member Stephen Locke, who started today’s second round five strokes behind Mike Hebb, now has a three-stroke lead heading into tomorrows final round. Locke, who lives in Brookfield, will be looking to capture his first senior championship tomorrow after carding a three over par 74 during his second round. He is now five over for the championship with a two-day total of 147.
First round leader Mike Hebb, from Ashburn, struggled today and is now in second place with a two round total of 150. There is a five-way tie for third spot after todays second round. Bob Webber, Nelson Thompson, Bill Burns, Gerry MacMillan and Dean Woodman are all within striking distance with two-day totals of 151.
Brightwood member, Bob Webber is currently leading the Super Senior (+65) and second divisions with a two round total of 77-74 -151.
Oakfield member Rick Gray has a one stroke lead in the third division with a two-day total of 78-80 – 158.
Truro member Kevin McNaughton is leading the fourth division with rounds of 86-80 – 166.
Competitors are competing for a spot to represent Nova Scotia at the 2017 Canadian Men’s Senior Championship. The top three will travel to the Kanawkai Golf in in Montreal, PQ on September 11-14 to compete in the Canadian Senior Men’s Championship.
For full results from the 2017 NSGA Men’s Senior Championship please CLICK HERE
#GolfBeattieStrong is a hashtag to help create awareness of for Brain Cancer Research.
NSGA President Garry Beattie is battling glioblastoma, which is a malignant brain tumour. He has been fighting his brain tumor for nearly two and half years after being diagnosed in 2015.
At age 54, Beattie has set his sights on completing in the 2018 #GolfBeattieStrong Senior Championship at the Avon Valley Golf Club.
To read more about Garry and his life please