Hargreaves starts well at Senior Men’s Golf Championship

Jim Hargreaves of Ponoka fired an opening round three-under par 69 to sit second in the 54-hole Alberta Senior Men’s Golf Championship Tuesday. Floyd Kilgore of the Mighty Peace Golf and Country Club is first after shooting a 66.

CARSTAIRS — Jim Hargreaves of Ponoka fired an opening round three-under par 69 to sit second in the 54-hole Alberta Senior Men’s Golf Championship Tuesday.

Floyd Kilgore of the Mighty Peace Golf and Country Club is first after shooting a 66.

Merv Dusyk of Red Deer and Keith Newton of Olds are tied for 15th at 73 while Tom Skinner of Red Deer came in with a 75 and is tied for 25th.

Les Swelin of Sundre is tied for 38th at 76 while Ken Evanecz of Red Deer and Tom McKinlay Jr. of Lacombe are tied for 52nd at 78.

Douglas Manning of Olds shot an 80 and is tied for 76th with Aro Dudley of Ponoka tied for 89th following an 83 and Sim Koopmans of Red Deer and Wilbert McCallum of Sundre shot 84 and are tied for 100th.

Peter Sereda of Red Deer shot an 85 and is tied for 105th and Tim Gyori of Red Deer came in with an 86 and is tied for 110th.

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