Elmo Guinan scores hold in one at Glacier Greens

Ninety-four golfers were out for Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s play. Congrats go to Elmo Guinan for his hole-in-one.

Hcp. 0-11: Gross – Jim Livingstone 74, Jeff Edwards 75, Scott Robertson 76 cb. Net – Carl Webber 65, Brian Goodwin 66, Burt Graham 68. Snips – Carl Webber #1, Brian Goodwin #2 (eagle), Larry Lott #12 (POG), Brian Goodwin #13, Scott Robertson #15, Fabian McCarty #17.

Hcp. 12-18: Gross – Paul Schroeder 75, Neil Neilson 81, Bernie Johnstone 82 cb. Net – Pat Renaud 66, Bud Bryan 68, Lyle Torrie 69 cb. Snips – Mike Gibbs #1, Art Trto #3, Bob Egan #16.

Hcp. 19+: Gross – Ted Sauve 85, Richard Wand 86, Murray Polson 89. Net – Bill O’Neill 59, Henry Bonde 66 cb, Andy Clark 66 cb. Snips – Ted Sauve #1, Murray Polson #2, Wayne Mabee #3, Bob Henn #7, Elmo Guinan #12 (hole-in-one and POG).

 

– Glacier Greens Golf

 

 

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