PORT ANGELES — Registration is open for summer classes at Klahhane Gymnastics.
The club, located near the Port Angeles Walmart at 3318 E. Acorn Lane, offers three sessions of classes twice a week for two weeks starting July 6 for youths in grades 1-8. Youths ages 4 to 5½ have a once- or twice-a-week option.
Session dates are July 6-16; July 20-30 and Aug. 3-13.
Classes are anticipated to fill fast because of COVID-19 guidelines that mandate group sizes. Klahhane will be observing distancing and sanitation protocols.
Advance registration is set for today and Friday for all gymnasts enrolled during the 2019-20 school year.
General registration runs Saturday through July 3 for all new and returning gymnasts.
Registration times are 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. to noon Saturday.
Class schedules and rates are available at klahhane gymnastics.org or on the Klahhane Facebook page.
Phone inquires are welcome, but registration in person is required (no phone or online registration). Payment is due at the time of registration.
For more information, call 360-457-5187 during office hours or email [email protected].
PGA pros compete
SEQUIM — The Western Washington PGA Chapter held a pro-member golf tournament Tuesday at Cedars at Dungeness.
A number of area golf pros and amateur players participated.
Thomas Sovay, a pro at The Golf Club at Redmond Ridge, shot a blistering 7-under-par 65 to win his third straight pro-member event. Sovay edged Whidbey Golf Club’s David Phay by one stroke.
Port Ludlow Golf Club head pro Tyler Sweet posted a 3-under-par 69 to finish tied for fourth.
Peninsula Golf Club’s Chad Wagner shot an even-par round of 72 to tie for sixth and Cedars’ general manager Bill Shea was 11 over par.
Alex Atwell of Peninsula Golf Club carded a 72 to claim the amateur gross title by one stroke over Whidbey Golf Club’s Tracy Vass and Bellevue Golf Course’s Kyle Huffman.
Port Ludlow’s John Germain shot 74 to finish fourth amongst the amateurs.