Local golfers Sonya and Mike Bowes and Sylvia and Wayne Lindaas spent the last weekend at the Mr. and Mrs. tournament at Willowgrove Golf & Country Club.

Mr. & Mrs. Golfing Tournament

The Mr. & Mrs. tournament at WIllowgrove last weekend drew in 54 teams from Fort St. John to Terrace to Squamish.

Fifty-four teams competed in the annual Mr. & Mrs. Golf tournament at WIllowgrove Golf & Country Club last weekend. The three day tournament, Friday to Sunday, drew in golfers from Kitimat, Fort St. John, Hudson’s Hope, Terrace, Prince George, Squamish, Smithers and Burns Lake. The next tournament at Willowgrove is the Ladies Texas Scramble on September 14, with a Cartoon Character theme.

Emily McKenzie and Skylar Hassel take a spin in their golf cart at the Willowgrove tournament this weekend.

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