Travis Eggers shot 36 on the front nine, and 35 on the back nine, on his way to a 71. He has a three stroke lead over Larry Ramstead who shot a 74. There’s a three way tie for third place between Dave Callum, Troy Knight, and Brent Lock.
Stefan Brandman and Jake Lane are deadlocked heading into tomorrow’s round after both registered a 78. Brandman shot 38 on the front nine, and 40 on the back nine, while Lane came back with 39 on the front and back nine for his day. Perry Peterkin stands alone in third, two shots off the pace with a round of 80.
A round of 80 was good enough for John Tanchuk to be in first place in the second flight. He shot 38 on the front nine and 42 over the final nine holes of the course. Dave L’Hirondelle is in second after shooting 41 on the front and back nine for an 82, while Justin Taylor is third with a round of 84 as he shot 44, and 40 over the course of the day.
Brett Young leads the third flight of golfers. He shot 80 on the day, with 37 coming on the front nine, and 43 over the back nine. Rod Gullien is in second after carding an 82. He came away with 41 on both the front and back nine of the course. A round of 84 was good enough for Walter Trask to sit in third place as he managed 39 to start his round, and 45 on the final stretch.
Glenn Harvey has a solid lead heading into tomorrow in the fourth flight. Harvey shot 41 and 40 enroute to an 81. He holds a five stroke lead over both Morris Paquette and Dave Buziak, as they both registered round of 86. Paquette and Buziak both shot 42 and 44 over the 18 holes.
Robin DeRose shot an 88 to lead the pack in the fifth flight. He managed 40 on the front nine, and 48 over the back nine. He holds a four stroke lead over Rudy Paquette, as he shot 44 on the front nine, and 48 on the back nine for a total of 92. Vince Trudgeon in in third after carding a 95, with 49 of those strokes coming on the front nine, and 46 on the back.
In the Senior flight, Greg Pallister holds the lead by five shots as he registered a round of 77. He shot 40 and 37 on the front and back nine respectively. There’s a two way tie for second place as Larry London, and Bruce Craig shot rounds of 82. London shot 43 and 39, while Craig carded 40 and 42.
And in the Ladies flight, there’s a two way tie for top spot. Pearl Pimm, and Kelly Smeeth both registered rounds of 91. Pimm shot 43 and 48 on the front and back nine, while Smeeth carded 44 on the front nine, and 47 on the back nine.
Day two of the NAPA Auto Parts Peace Country Open continues tomorrow morning.