Glacier Green golf course in good shape

Saturday Men's Club enjoying warm weather for weekly outing

Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s golfers enjoyed a warm, sunny March 7 with little wind. The course is in good shape thanks to Wayne Wood and his greens crew. Eighty-three players were out, with results as follows:

Hcp. 0-10: Low gross Barry Norris 71 c/b, Terran Berger 71, Darrell Fieber 73. Low net Scott Robertson 67, Kevin Hunt 68, Dave Wacowich 70. Snips: #4 Scott Robertson, #7 Willie Oliver, #9 and #10 (eagle) Barry Norris, #14 Steve Peters.

Hcp. 11-18: Low gross Rob Egan 80, Mike Worley 84, Mike Gibbs 85 c/b. Low net Wayne Ogilvie 69, Glen Meeres 70, Don Cruickshank 71. Snips: #3 Ron Morrison, #10 Paul Schroeder.

Hcp. 19+: Low gross Peter Leskovich 92 c/b, Tim Hautzinger 92, Henry Bonde 94 c/b. Low net Hank Fortin 68, 2nd Reg Meeres 69, 3rd Andy Clark 72 c/b. Snips: #12 Armin Reckhard.

John Pringle won the Ben Gill KP challenge on #15. No Pot of Gold winners this week.

– Glacier Greens Golf

 

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