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May 15, 2021

Ocean Shores Cup grinning winners

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Saturday’s winners – Brendan Pruul and Satuala Siamoa. Photo Tree Faerie

 

The Ocean Shores Cup, a two-day medley event, was contested last Saturday and Sunday.

The overall winners Jason Haywood and Russell Chaplin were certainly winning grinners after the event, which included a 2-person Ambrose on Saturday won by the team of Brendan Pruul and Satuala Siamoa (62), and a 4-ball Aggregate on Sunday won by Lex Browning and Les Browning (73).

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Half of Sunday’s 4-ball Aggregate winning team of Lex Browning (above) and Les Browning.

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Overall winners of the Ocean Shores Cup – Jason Haywood and Russell Chaplin


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