Eggers shot 73 on his round today for a combined total of 144. He carded 35 on the front nine, and 38 on the back nine of the course. Sitting in second place with a total of 147 is Larry Ramstead. It took him 36 strokes to get through the front nine, and 37 on the final stretch as he shot 73 for his second round. In third place heading into the final round tomorrow is Dave Callum who netted a 75 for the second consecutive day. He shot 37 and 38 over the front and back nine of the course.
Stefan Brandman holds onto top spot for another day. He shot 77, for a two day total of 155. He came away with 37 on the front nine, and 40 on the back nine. Second spot belongs to Jake Lane after he carded a 79 to sit at 157. He shot a solid 36 on the front nine, and 39 over the final nine holes. In third is Peter DeBruyn. He’s seven shots back of the leader with 162 after two days. He shot 36 and 44, on his way to a round of 80.
In the second flight, Dave L’Hirondelle now holds first place after an 81, for a two day total of 163. He holds a two shot lead over yesterday’s leader John Tanchuk who carded an 85, and 165 overall. L’Hirondelle shot 40, and 41 over the front and back nine of the course, while Tanchuk shot 40 and 45. Justin Taylor is third with a total of 171. He came away with 42 on the front nine, and 45 on the back nine, enroute to a round of 87.
There’s a two way tie for top spot in the third flight between Brett Young and Walter Trask. Young shot 84 today for a total of 164, while Trask shot a round of 80. Young managed to get through the first nine holes in 40 strokes, and the back in 44, while Trask shot 40 on both the front and back nine. Blair Karasiuk is five shots back with a total of 169. He shot 83 today, with a 41 on the front, and 42 on the back nine.
Morris Paquette has moved into first in the fourth flight after a round of 79 gave him a total of 165. He shot 38 and 41 on the front and back nine of the course. Second belongs to Dave Buziak with a 168. He came away with 82 today, and managed to shoot 38 on the front nine, and 44 on the back nine. Third belongs to Derek Moore with 173. He shot an 82, after carding 91 yesterday.
Robin DeRose and Rudy Paquette are tied going into the final round in the fifth flight. DeRose shot 94 today, while Paquette countered with 90. Both golfers sit at 182. Vince Trudgeon remains in third at 187. He shot 92, with 49 of those coming on the front nine and 43 on the back nine.
In the Seniors grouping, Greg Pallister remains out front. He improved on his 77 yesterday by shooting 75 today, for an overall score of 152. He has a healthy lead over Larry London who is nine back at 161 after a round of 79. In third is Bruce Craig. He shot 81 for a score of 163.
Pearl Pimm leads the Ladies flight after a second consecutive 91. She has a big lead over Kelly Smeeth in second spot who sits at 193, after a round of 102. Third belongs to Cheryl Lequiere. She shot 104 on the day to sit at 198.
Tomorrow is the final round of the NAPA Auto Parts Peace Country Open, with the first golfers teeing off shortly after 8 a.m.