Tods shine at Juniors Tourney

The Tod family cleaned up at this year’s Junior Tournament at the Eagle River Golf and Country Club .

Eagle River Golf and Country Club owner Rick Jager awards top players in this year’s Junior Tournament.

The Tod family cleaned up at this year’s Junior Tournament at the Eagle River Golf and Country Club .

Results for the event, held on Wednesday, Aug. 21 were as follows:

Overall low gross winner was Ryan Tod with 46. For the 13-and-over age group, low gross went to Corbin Tod, also with a 46.

For the 12-years and-under group, low gross went to Scott Rokosh.

In the Long Drive category, the 13-and-over winner was Keenan Tod, who was also closest to the pin.

The 12-and-under group saw Alex Dunnett win the long drive honours, while closest to the pin was Jake Watson.

 

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