Trio finishes in top 20

Ryan Moore of the Ponoka Community Golf Club led a trio of Central Albertans at the PGA of Alberta assistants championship at Lewis Estates Golf Club Tuesday.

EDMONTON — Ryan Moore of the Ponoka Community Golf Club led a trio of Central Albertans at the PGA of Alberta assistants championship at Lewis Estates Golf Club Tuesday.

Moore had rounds of 74-75 for a 149 total and won $718 while Roy Hide of the Red Deer Golf and Country Club tied for 15th at 69-81—150 and won $575.

Scott Anderson of River Bend tied for 17th at 74-77—151 and pocketed $480.

Blair Buttar of the Glendale Golf and Country Club of Edmonton (69-72) took top spot and the $4,000 top prize, beating Jason Haley of the Golf Canada Centre (66-75) and Mike Belbin of the Royal Mayfair Golf Club of Edmonton (67-74) in a three-hole playoff.

The trio tied at 141.

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