PLYMOUTH Ė Lee Skillin was not able to defend his menís member-guest title at Canasawacta Country Club in early August. While that is a team event, Skillin will surely treasure his most distinguished victory as an individual player. Skillin edged 20-time C.C.C. scratch champion Bob Branham by two strokes as the tournament was shortened to 36 holes due to poor weather.
Skillin, who has a five handicap, shot a one-under-par 141 for his two rounds, while Branham was at one-over-par and Tom Muserilli was alone in third at two-over-par.