2019 Oilmen's Golf Tournament results: Travis Eggers repeats as champion

The 2019 Oilmen's Golf Tournament was held at Lakepoint last weekend, June 6 to 8. 192 golfers competed in 12 flights, with Travis Eggers defending his 2018 title and winning the Championship Flight. 

Here are the winners and runners up from each flight:

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Championship Flight
Flight Winner:
Travis Eggers over Justin McKinnon
Consolation: Jeremy Clothier over Forrest Liddicoat

First Flight
Flight Winner:
Gary Ford over Darcy Turnbull
Consolation: Andrew McNeil over Shane Richter

Second Flight
Flight Winner:
Gary Pallister over Lex Neufeld
Consolation: Lee Hartman over Ryan Bell

Third Flight
Flight Winner:
John Gardner over Dale Szoo
Consolation: Robin Brekkas over Travis Moore

Fourth Flight
Flight Winner:
Tim Montgomery over Jerry Heibert
Consolation: Rollie Lessard over Larry Hewitt

Fifth Flight
Flight Winner:
Carson Hoffmeyer over DJ Shallow
Consolation Winner: Bernard Salinas over Kelsey Vonk

Sixth Flight
Flight Winner:
Mark Shuster over Blake Bowyer
Consolation: Vern Isberg over Mark Kalas

Seventh Flight
Flight Winner:
Aaron Craven over Scott Pengelly
Consolation: Clint Green over Richard Ramstead

Eighth Flight
Flight Winner:
Darcy Shoemaker over Howie Maxwell
Consolation: Eric Boutilier over Ken Hanson

Ninth Flight
Flight Winner:
Doug Todd over Don Smith
Consolation: Lorne Weiler over Reid Campbell

Tenth Flight
Flight Winner
: Justin Jones over Barry Bulmer
Consolation: Troy Viens over Sean Boyce

Eleventh Flight
Flight Winner:
Cody Penner over Derrick Smith
Consolation: Brent Stewart over Anthony Desfosses

Email sports reporter Dillon Giancola at sports@ahnfsj.ca.

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