Fairways were wet but greens were good

75 Glacier Greens Saturday Men's golfers teed it up on April 4

The fairways were wet from all the rain on Friday, but the greens were good and so were the scores on April 4 when 75 Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s golfers teed it up.

Hcp. 0-12: Low gross Ken Osborne 66, Terran Berger 72, Barry Norris 73. Low net Blair Peacock 68, Randy Doan 69, Dave Osborne 70. Snips: # 2 (eagle) and #9 and #13 Ken Osborne, #3 Chuck Kennedy, #4 Richard Martin, #5 Barry Norris, #8 Larry Lott, #10 Darrell Fieber, #14 Doug McArthur, #15 Terran Berger, #17 Stan Mills.

Hcp. 13-19: Low gross Gilles Raiche 80, Pete Hill 84, 3rd Wayne Wood 85. Low net Ferg Webster 68, Norm Fellbaum 69 c/b, Ross Dowe 69. Snips: #6 Philip Ball, #7 Wally Berger, #8 Al Murray, #12 (POG) Bud Bryan, #16 Wayne Wood, #18 Lyle Torrie.

Hcp. 20+: Low gross Nick Mykitiuk 88, Ted Sauve 90, Joe Dunham 91. Low net Bob Henn 68, Armin Reckhard 69 c/b, Reg Meeres 69. Snips: #11 Ted Sauve, #15 Wayne Mabee.

Winner of Bill Kelly KP challenge on #15 was Ken Osborne. This winter we have been lucky with good weather and good playing conditions.

– Glacier Greens Golf

 

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