Final Saturday outing of 2014 for Glacier Greens golfers

Fifty-three men enjoy clear, cool weather on Dec. 28

Clear cool weather greeted the 53 participants out for Glacier Greens last Saturday Men’s Golf of 2014 on Dec. 28.

0-13 hcp: Low gross – Terran Berger 72, Barry Norris 73 and Rob Borland 76 cb. Low net – Dave Wacowich 68, Stan Mills 71 cb and Willie Oliver 71. Snips: Mackenzie Osborne #4, Stan Mills #5, Terran Berger #11, Dave Wacowich #16 and Chris Kalnay #17.

14+ hcp: Low gross – Keith Allan 85, Neil Neilson 87 and Glenn Horsepool 88 cb. Low net – Philip Ball 68, Peter Leskovich 70 and Henry Bonde 71. Snips: Keith Allan #3, Gary Wood #4 and Paul Schroeder #15.


– Glacier Greens Men’s Golf



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