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Tap-In News: Anderson Links, Le Sorcier, Graham DeLaet

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The annual Augustafest promotion of afternoon golf at Anderson Links continues to score value points with area players.

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Throughout the month the 27-hole full service facility is offering men and women the opportunity to take advantage of a two-for-one green fee offer (with the rental of a power cart) running on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays between noon and 3 p.m.

And when the heat is on, Anderson Links will cool down power cart fees by reducing the price to rent a ride by a factor of $5 per golfer when the temperature ticks higher than 29C.

For more details and to book tee-times, call 613.822.9644 or e-mail proshop@andersonlinks.com.

Le Sorcier to host 2-Man Scramble next month

Le Sorcier Golf Club invites teams of sharpshooters to register for the premium track’s 2-Man Scramble in September.

The event is scheduled for Sept. 15-21 and lifts off with a practice round to be played from Sept. 15-19, the qualification round happens Sept. 20 and the championship round goes on Sept. 21.

The tournament includes a power cart, a four-course dinner on the Saturday and a prize and gift ceremony on Championship Sunday.

For players coming from out-of-town, Le Sorcier recommends checking out the accommodations at Hotel V and Hilton Lac-Leamy.

Le Sorcier is an 18-hole full-service facility that plays to par 71 and measures 6,427 yards from the tips.

For more details, pricing and to register, call Ismael Dufour, Le Sorcier’s associate professional, at 819.669.9797 ex 101.

DeLaet does well at PGA Championship

Graham DeLaet of Weyburn, SK, put on a solid performance in the PGA Championship that got lost on the Canadian media scene due to the spectacular efforts of eventual champion Rory McIlroy.

DeLaet strung together four consistent rounds to show up T15 in the fourth and final PGA major of 2014.

He posted an overall total of nine-under 274 with rounds of 69, 68, 68 and 70 to move up three places to 27th in the FedExCup standings.

DeLaet banked $127,888.88 to move his earnings total to $2,397,501 for the year.

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