Fog does not faze Glacier Greens golfers

Saturday Men's Club members turn in some good scores

On a foggy Jan. 31, 66 Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s golfers carded some good scores, and some not so good ones. The course was in good shape for this time of the year thanks to our greens crew under the supervision of Wayne Wood.

Hcp. 0-12: Low gross Ken Osborne 70, Rob Borland 73 c/b, Darrell Fieber 73. Low net Terran Berger 67, Stan Mills 68 c/b, Willie Oliver 68. Snips: #3 and #13 Ken Osborne, #5 James Dickson, #6 Steve Peters, #7 and #8 Terran Berger, #16 Warren Brandson, # 17 (POG) Randy Doan.

Hcp. 13-18: Low gross Wally Berger 83, Bill Todd 86 c/b, Rob Egan 86. Low net John Holley 70, Nick Mykitiuk 72, Gabe Tremblay 73 c/b. Snips: #2 Wayne Wood, #8 Rudge Wilson, #12 Rob Egan, #16 Nick Mykitiuk, # 17 (POG) Bill Girard.

Hcp. 19+: Low gross Glen Meeres 91, Dave Buckley-Jones 92, Jim Clark 93. Low net Al Pasenan 68, Elmo Guinan 69, Reg Meeres 72. Snips: #3 Elmo Guinan, #10 Dave Buckley-Jones, #15 Jim Clark, #17 (POG) Glen Meeres.

Jim Loring won the Ben Gill #15 KP Challenge.


– Glacier Greens Golf



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