Greg Koster ties for 10th at B.C. Mid-Amateur

Sunnydale golfer finishes tourney at 11 over par 221

Greg Koster finished in a three-way tie for 10th place at the 2013 B.C. Mid-Amateur Men’s Championship, held June 4-6 at Ledgeview Golf & Country Club in Abbotsford.

The Sunnydale Golf Club member shot rounds of 73-73-75 to finish at 11-over par 221. The defending Master-40 division champ finished in a two-way tie for sixth in that age group this year.

Kris Yardley of Maple Ridge took both the 2013 Mid-Amateur and Master-40 division titles, shooting a two-over 212. That was one stroke better than Andrew Robb of Vancouver in the Mid-Amateur and five up on both Brian Bates of Abbotsford and Norm Bradley of Kelowna in the Master-40 division.

 

 

 

 

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