2021 OVGA Intersectional Teams & Results
MEN’S OVGA INTERSECTIONAL TEAM
The Men’s OVGA Intersectional was played on Sunday, July 4, 2021, at Petawawa. The golf clubs playing in Division I were Petawawa (Host), Cedarhill, Dragonfly and eQuinnelle. The winning club was eQuinnelle with 53 points. Finishing 2nd and hosting again next year was Petawawa with 37 points. Cedarhill finished in 3rd with 21 points and will return to Petawawa next year. Moving down a division was Dragonfly who finished with 9 points.
LADIES’ OVGA INTERSECTIONAL TEAM
The Ladies’ OVGA Intersectional was played on Sunday, July 11, 2021, at Renfrew. Playing in Division F were Renfrew (Host), Cedarhill and Lombard Glen. The winning club was the host team Renfrew with 21 points. Cedarhill finished 2nd with 15 points and Lombard Glen finished 3rd with 6 points. Although there may be a slight re-ordering of the Ladies’ OVGA Divisions next year, it is likely that Cedarhill will host in 2022.
SENIOR LADIES’ OVGA INTERSECTIONAL TEAM
The Ladies’ OVGA Senior Intersectional was played on Monday, August 30, 2021 at Cedarhill. The competing clubs playing in Division G were Cedarhill (Host), Prescott, Madawaska and Mountain Creek. The Ladies played extremely well finishing 1st with 30 points. Mountain Creek finished 2nd with 26 points, Prescott 3rd with 17 points and Madawaska finished 4th with 11 points. The benchmark for outstanding play is a player winning all their matches and taking six (6) points – accomplishing this for Cedarhill were Karen Acton, Jill Finlin, Wendy Buchanan and Susan Gillean. Congratulations to all the Ladies for finishing 1st.
SENIOR MEN’S OVGA INTERSECTIONAL TEAM
The Men’s OVGA Senior Intersectional was played on Tuesday, September 7, 2021 at Prescott. The clubs competing in Division E were Prescott (Host), Upper Canada, Cedarhill and Hammond. The home team won the Division with Prescott taking 50 points. Cedarhill finished 2nd with 26 points, Hammond 3rd with 24 points and Upper Canada finishing 4th with 20 points. Cedarhill’s strong play and the resulting 2nd place finish, means Cedarhill will host in 2022.