Jeremy Osborne (left) was the low gross winner and Nolan Hornett was the low net winner at the Labour Day Classic tournament at the Revelstoke Golf Club last weekend.

Jeremy Osborne, Nolan Hornett win Labour Day Classic golf tournament

Jeremy Osborne was low gross winner and Nolan Hornett was low net winner at the Labour Day Classic tournament at the Revelstoke Golf Club

By John Franks, Revelstoke Golf Club

Jeremy Osborne was the low gross winner and Nolan Hornett was the low net winner at the Labour Day Open tournament at the Revelstoke Golf Club last weekend.

Celebrating its 83rd edition, the three-day event on the Labour Day weekend was once again a great success.

124 men and women from all points of B.C., and southern Alberta,  as well as local club members enjoyed the wonderful golf course, hospitality, fantastic weather (a little apprehensive to start) and great food provided by The Last Tee Restaurant & Patio.

Appreciation goes to all the volunteers, staff, participants and sponsors who year after year make this event one of the most popular and enjoyable tournaments in BC.

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