Gitxsan Open Golf Tourney

The Annual Gitxsan Open Golf Tournament winners held at the Smithers Golf and Country Club last week.

The Annual Gitxsan Open Golf Tournament winners held at the Smithers Golf and Country Club last week were as follows.

In first place was Chazbut Construction from Stellaquo, B.C. and their team consisted of Ken Schmidt, Charine Schmidt, Kenneth Schmidt and Walter Ward and they finished with -8. While second place also finished with 8 under the winner went the team who had a better score on the back 9.

Second place went to team Oreo Cookie from Hazelton with Lorraine Halfe, Andy Grobens, Gerry Buter and Keith McCormick.

Third place went to Zero to Sixty, a mixed team from Hazelton and Tsawwassen in the Lower Mainland and they finished with -5.

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