Parent-child tournament at Woodlawn sees both adults and kids have fun on the course

The annual Parent-Child Tournament at TS&M Woodlawn Golf Course was once again a success last Sunday, with entries coming in right before the scramble tee-off.

The tournament that had parents golfing alongside their kids in the junior program at Woodlawn uses the Rondeau scoring system, which is a handicap based on the competitor’s age over the nine holes.

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There were 54 teams in the tournament and all competitors got trophies and lunch after golf.

The best score on the day inthe mother daughter division belonged to Torie Fingler with 61, with second place going to Maya Lukye at 70 and Bently Urquart with 71 finished third.

The mother-son junior division was won by Marek Wilhelm, who had a score of 47, and Kruz Schauf was in second place at 52. Jake Hockey was third with a 65 score.

In the father-daughter division, six-year-old Summer Peterson won the division with a score of 49. Sadie Aspinall was second at 52 and Paige Peterson and Mikayla Dyer were tied for third at 53.

The father-son division had 23 entries this year. There was a tie on top of all of them between Dylan Kennedy and Colten Spenst with 43 each. Jayden Chernoff shot 44 to claim third place.

The mother son senior disivion – with the children older than 12 years of age – was won by Zach Gedak with a score of 60, while Jane Fingler won the father-daughter senior division with a score of 46.

The father-son senior division was won by Ryan Chernoff with a score of 34. Hudson Chernoff was second at 38 and Koen Turner was third at 41.

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