October 6, 2014
A quick look at some Canadian golf happenings from this past weekend. In case you missed them.
Gavin Grabs Trophy
Stoney Creek, Ontario's Jeff Gavin drove his way to a World Long Drive Association title in Arizona over the weekend. The 50 year-old took down the Masters Division at the Ak-Chin Smash In The Sun. He will also compete in the Open Division along with fellow Canadian Mitch Grassing. Canadians Lisa "Longball" Vlooswyk and Debbie Peever will be in the Women's Field with Golf Channel broadcasting the finals on the evening of May 15.
🇨🇦 win. Stoney Creek, ON’s finest. “The Freak” https://t.co/UeZpPpQRTp
Continued Symetra Success For Marchand
Brittany Marchand continues to play well as she splits her time between the LPGA and Symetra Tours. The Orangeville, Ontario golfer was the only Canadian to make the cut at this past week's Self Regional Healthcare Foundation Women’s Health Classic in South Carolina and she made the most of it.
Marchand followed three rounds of even par, 72, to close with a 67 (-5) and grab a share of 7th place overall. It was her second top ten finish in three starts this year on the Symetra Tour. She returns…
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