Lancasters are repeat champions at Father and Three Sons tourney

News Sep 04, 2009 Ancaster News

The Lancaster family from Ancaster are the Low Gross Champions of the 2009 Father and Three Sons Golf Classic. The Lancasters also won the event in 2008.

Son Mike led the team with a 2-under par 70, while twin brothers Chris shot 74 and Cam 83, and their father Ken shot 80 at the 74th annual tournament.

The Lancaster’s total of 307 was the third lowest total in tournament history. They had the second lowest total last year with 305. The all-time low belongs to the Nash family from London who scored 300 in 1967. The Condotta family took Low Net honours with a net score of 294. Joe Condotta and his sons Matteo, Lucas and Jaden were participating for the first time.

The 2009 Father and Three Sons Golf Classic was held Aug. 28 at Rebel Creek Golf Club, in Petersburg, Ont., west of Kitchener.

The tournament traces its roots back to 1935. It was founded by the Tilden (Tilden- Rent-a-Car) family of Montreal and the Timmins (mining) family of Ontario.

It is intended as a day for families to set aside and play golf in a friendly, yet competitive, fashion.

Some well known individuals and families have competed including the Tilden family, former Toronto Maple Leafs captain Ron Ellis, and PGA tour veteran David Morland IV.

Lancasters are repeat champions at Father and Three Sons tourney

News Sep 04, 2009 Ancaster News

The Lancaster family from Ancaster are the Low Gross Champions of the 2009 Father and Three Sons Golf Classic. The Lancasters also won the event in 2008.

Son Mike led the team with a 2-under par 70, while twin brothers Chris shot 74 and Cam 83, and their father Ken shot 80 at the 74th annual tournament.

The Lancaster’s total of 307 was the third lowest total in tournament history. They had the second lowest total last year with 305. The all-time low belongs to the Nash family from London who scored 300 in 1967. The Condotta family took Low Net honours with a net score of 294. Joe Condotta and his sons Matteo, Lucas and Jaden were participating for the first time.

The 2009 Father and Three Sons Golf Classic was held Aug. 28 at Rebel Creek Golf Club, in Petersburg, Ont., west of Kitchener.

The tournament traces its roots back to 1935. It was founded by the Tilden (Tilden- Rent-a-Car) family of Montreal and the Timmins (mining) family of Ontario.

It is intended as a day for families to set aside and play golf in a friendly, yet competitive, fashion.

Some well known individuals and families have competed including the Tilden family, former Toronto Maple Leafs captain Ron Ellis, and PGA tour veteran David Morland IV.

Lancasters are repeat champions at Father and Three Sons tourney

News Sep 04, 2009 Ancaster News

The Lancaster family from Ancaster are the Low Gross Champions of the 2009 Father and Three Sons Golf Classic. The Lancasters also won the event in 2008.

Son Mike led the team with a 2-under par 70, while twin brothers Chris shot 74 and Cam 83, and their father Ken shot 80 at the 74th annual tournament.

The Lancaster’s total of 307 was the third lowest total in tournament history. They had the second lowest total last year with 305. The all-time low belongs to the Nash family from London who scored 300 in 1967. The Condotta family took Low Net honours with a net score of 294. Joe Condotta and his sons Matteo, Lucas and Jaden were participating for the first time.

The 2009 Father and Three Sons Golf Classic was held Aug. 28 at Rebel Creek Golf Club, in Petersburg, Ont., west of Kitchener.

The tournament traces its roots back to 1935. It was founded by the Tilden (Tilden- Rent-a-Car) family of Montreal and the Timmins (mining) family of Ontario.

It is intended as a day for families to set aside and play golf in a friendly, yet competitive, fashion.

Some well known individuals and families have competed including the Tilden family, former Toronto Maple Leafs captain Ron Ellis, and PGA tour veteran David Morland IV.