Glacier golfers swinging in the rain

Saturday Men's group gets wet, but still post respectable scores

 

 

 

On Saturday, Oct. 13, 75 Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s golfers got in their game before the rain started. It was damp but no downpour so it was a good day after all and so were the scores.

Hcp. 0-11: Low gross Bruce Coulter 71, Jim Livingstone 73,  Randy Robinson 76 c/b. Low net Karl Cameron 68 c/b, Rod Cobham 68, Ron Morrison 69. Snips: #3, #12 & #14 Rob Hill, #8 & #18 Barry Norris, #13 Jim Livingstone, #15 Bruce Coulter, #17 (POG) Darrell Fieber.

Hcp. 12-16: Low gross Gilles Raiche 79, Norm Fellbaum 81, Lyle Torrie 84. Low net Randy Doan 66, Al Donovan 68, Ross Dowe 71 c/b. Snips: #4 & #10 Murray Polson.

Hcp. 17+: Low gross Wayne Hay 83, Rick Verbeek 84, Steve Ellis 86. Low net Vic Crisp 62, Bob Henn 65 c/b, Don Marchand 65.  Snips: #3 Richard Wand, #6 Gary Wood, #10 Bob Henn, #16 Elmo Guinan.

Remember next week tee times till 9:55 followed by reverse shogun (weather permitting) tees white & POG #7 & #15.

– Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s Golf

 

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