Hargreaves continues strong play at senior men’s golf provincials

Jim Hargreaves of Ponoka continues to lead the Central Alberta contingent at the Alberta senior men’s golf championship.

CARSTAIRS — Jim Hargreaves of Ponoka continues to lead the Central Alberta contingent at the Alberta senior men’s golf championship.

Hargreaves shot a three-over par 75 Wednesday for a two-round total of 144, which leaves him tied for fifth heading into today’s final round.

Floyd Kilgore of Peace River holds a five-stroke lead after shooting a 69 for a nine-under total of 135. Larry Daniels of West Seattle also came in with a 69 and is at 140.

Tom Skinner of the Red Deer Golf and Country Club (RDGCC) had a one-under 71 Wednesday and is tied for 11th at 146, two strokes ahead of Merv Dusyk of the RDGCC and Keith Newton of Olds, who are tied for 17th. Both shot 75.

Les Swelin of Sundre had a 75 and is tied for 32nd at 151 while Tom McKinlay Sr. of Lacombe had a 75 and is tied for 44th at 153. Ken Evanecz of the RDGCC came in with a 77 and is tied for 53rd at 155.

Douglas Manning of Olds (80-77—157), Aro Dudley of Ponoka (83-77—160), Tim Gyori of the RDGCC (86-79—165), Peter Sereda of the RDGCC (85-81—166), Wilbert McCallum of Sundre (84-84—168) and Sim Koopmans of Innisfail (84-90—174) all missed the cut.

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