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Good turnout at Glacier Greens

 

 

 

There were 83 players out on Feb. 9 for Glacier Greens Men's Saturday Morning golf. There was no sun, no rain, no wind and comfortable temperature for this time of year. The POG holes were drawn by Weiner Hay (if you're not happy with them you can blame him).

Hcp. 0-10: Low gross Dave Wacowich 72 c/b, Chris Westbrook 72, Mike Berger 77. Low net Darrell Fieber 68, Terran Berger 69, Willie Oliver 70 c/b. Snips; #1 Andy Blair, #5 Bruce Coulter, #6 (eagle) Steve Peters, #7 (POG) Gabe Tremblay, #9 Paul Schroder, #10 Terran Berger, #15 Dave Wacowich.

Hcp. 11-16: Low gross Bill Todd 78, Mike Gibbs 82, Mike Worley 84. Low net Gilles Raiche 69, Jim Clark 70, Wayne Wood 71. Snips: #4 (POG) Lyle Torrie, #7 Ferg Webster, #10 Nick Mykitiuk, #11 Philip Ball, #12 & #18 Rod Gray, #13 Richard Wand.

Hcp. 17+: Low gross Don Cruckshank 82, Frank Gibson 87, Al Waddell 92. Low net Judson Bettle 68, Glen Meeres 70, Dave Buckley-Jones 71 c/b. Snips: Hole #2 & #12 Frank Gibson, #3 Rod Verchere, #6 Dave Buckley-Jones, #16 Adam Craig.

The Saturday turnouts are great when you consider the number of members who go south for the winter. A lot has to be how well it's run by our men’s committee – thanks  to Len and his hard-working crew.

– Glacier Greens Golf

 

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