Proctor’s Jackie Little (left) presents the winner’s trophy to Josee Deslauriers at Kokanee Springs Golf Resort on Thursday. Photo submitted

Crawford Bay hosts B.C. Mid-Masters golf tournament

Proctor’s Jackie Little finished second overall in the women’s event


Proctor’s Jackie Little finished second overall at the B.C. Women’s Mid-Master Championship last week in Crawford Bay.

Little rallied back from an opening-round 81 with a 76 in the final round Thursday to finish five strokes back of winner Parksville’s Josee Deslauriers at Kokanee Springs Golf Resort.

Other local results included Balfour’s Roma Crispin finishing 11th while Cherie Baker of Creston was 15th.

On the men’s side, A.J. Cooper from South Slocan was the low local player finishing in 13th. Reggie Clarkson of Balfour was 23rd, followed by Nelson’s Paul Belanger in 25th and Devon Cheveldaeff in 30th.

The next major golf event in the Kootenays is the B.C. Juvenile Championship, which will be hosted by Granite Pointe on Aug. 15 to 18.

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