Smithers Golf and Country Club hosted a four-man Texas scramble tournament on the weekend. (Thom Barker photo)

Trio of Veenstras and Morkel prevail in Texas Scramble

The Smithers Golf and Country Club hosted its first major event of the year over the long weekend

A Flight: 114

Joel Veenstra

Tim Veenstra

Ted Veenstra

Wouter Morkel

B Flight: 119

Alonzo Slaney

Ian Smith

Tyler Poznikoff

Ashley Roney

C Flight: 126

Randy Brandvold

Trent Brandvold

Dean Moore

Dinty Moore

D Flight: 121

James Devries

Brayden Taekema

Jesse DeJong

Brad Vandergaag

E Flight: 131

Tom Devries

Travis Nanninga

Wilf Taekema

Leroy Dekens

 

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