Fog lifts in time for a great day at Glacier Greens

Men enjoy round of golf on course that has greens in prime condition

On Saturday, Sept. 20, 89 Glacier Greens men’s golfers came out to play the white tees. To start, the weather was foggy, then it cleared to be a great day with the course in good shape and the greens much better after they had been punched and sanded.

Hcp. 0-12: Low gross Darrell Fieber 72, Stan Mills 74 c/b, Terran Berger 74. Low net Karl Cameron 64, Ron Morrison 66 c/b, Ken Grant 66. Snips: #6 Barry Norris, #9 Randy Doan, #10 (eagle) Terran Berger, #11 Blair Peacock, #15 Darrell Fieber, #17 Burt Graham.

Hcp. 13- 17: Low gross Ferg Webster 79, Mike Pollock 81, John Pringle 83. Low net Al Waddell 64, Norm Fellbaum 66, Leo Lamothe 68. Snips: #2 & #15 Leo Lamothe, #3 Gabe Tremblay, #8 Paul Schroeder, #10 & #16 Mike Pollock, #17 Rudge Wilson.

Hcp. 18+: Low gross Armand Reckhard 85, Peter Leskovich 86, Andy Clark 87 c/b. Low net Greg Conway 65, Tim Hautzinger 66 c/b, Gary Wood 66. Snips: #1 Wayne Hay, #3 Greg Conway, #11 Art Trto, #15 Armand Reckhard, # 16 Jim Clark.

Next week it’s white tees with tee times and 9:30 reverse shotgun Jim Livingstone was winner of the clubhouse improvement draw.

Remember the Devils Scramble in two weeks so get your entry in. Also good luck to our pairs reps next week at Crown Isle; they are Len Doyle and Wayne Wood.

 

– Glacier Greens Men’s Golf

 

 

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