Mary Lukacs of the Spallumcheen Golf & Country Club (right) won the overall low gross at the Revelstoke Golf Club’s 83rd Annual Labour Day Open

Revelstoke Golf Club Labour Day Open winners

Mary Lukacs of Spallumcheen and Diane Sharp of Revelstoke finish on top in 83rd Annual Revelstoke Labour Day open

Photo: Mary Lukacs of the Spallumcheen Golf & Country Club (right) won the overall low gross at the Revelstoke Golf Club’s 83rd Annual Labour Day Open, scoring 181 over two days. She’s pictured with Diane Sharp of the Revelstoke Golf Club, who took the overall low net with 150. Jane Konrad of Henderson Lake Golf Club was the low gross runner up at 188; Pat Faisthuber of Eaglepoint Golf Resort was the low net runner up at 158. While the women completed their two-day event on Sunday, the men were scheduled to finish Monday afternoon, after our press time.

 

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