The Vic Marion Seniors’ Tournament was cancelled this weekend because the grounds keeper couldn’t cut the grass which was too wet. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

Fore-get about golf this weekend, Vic Marion Seniors tournament postponed

Rainy forecast in Prince Rupert pushes tournament to later date

The Vic Marion Seniors Golf Tournament will no longer be taking place this weekend. But don’t be tee-ed off, it is still happening.

The annual two-day senior’s tournament will be postponed to the weekend of Sept. 14-15.

“The grounds keeper couldn’t cut the grass, it was too wet, so it wouldn’t have been tournament ready,” Tyler Stene, course golf pro said.

Stene said there is now four tournaments taking place that weekend. The weekend will see the Men’s and Ladies’ Club Championship, the Duffers Club Tournament, and the Seniors’ Open.

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