Jewett and Naponse go right down to the wire at Timberwolf
by Randy Pascal
Youth and experience would go toe to toe at the 2017 Timberwolf Men's Open Golf Tournament recently, and in the end, the golfer with just a few
more rounds under his belt would prevail in the championship flight.
Veteran Jay Jewett and recent St Benedict graduate Conrad Naponse were dead even after day one, with both men carding a 76, before Jewett
pulled away for a single stroke win on day two, his score of 78 just that much better than the 18 year old who recently finished fourth at the North
American Indigenous Games.
Sidney Stoneypoint from Manitoulin Island finished third with a two-day total of 156. Remaining flight champions includes Ryan Lafreniere
(First Flight - 160), Justin Karcz (Second Flight - 167), Bill Hope (Third Flight - 188) and Dave Leipala (Senior Flight - 157).
Following is a complete breakdown of the top golfers in all flights:
Jay Jewett - 76-78 - 154
Conrad Naponse - 76-79 - 155
Sidney Stoneypoint - 78-78 - 156
Ryan Lafreniere - 84-76 - 160
Dylan Lanthier - 87-75 - 162
Shawn Stevens - 86-79 - 165
Justin Karcz - 90-77 - 167
Brandon Godden - 90-83 - 173
Pat Collins - 91-85 - 176
Bill Hope - 95-93 - 188
Tyler Stoneypoint - 95-94 - 189
Frances Trudeau - 97-92 - 189
Dave Leipala - 76-81 - 157
Felix Stoneypoint - 94-89 - 181