Glacier Greens course in great shape

Fabian McCarty takes low gross honours for hcp. 0-11 on Sept. 27

On Saturday, Sept. 27 95 Glacier Greens Men’s golfers played the white tees. The weather to start was foggy and cool; having to start in sweaters and jackets but as the day went on off came the tops and the sun came out and up went the temp. The course is in good condition thanks to our greens crew.

Hcp. 0-11: Low gross Fabian McCarty  70, Terran Berger 75 c/b, Chris Kalnay 75. Low net Wayne Ogilvie 68, Blair Peacock 69 c/b, Dave Wacowich 69. Snips: #1 Blair Peacock, #3 Fabian McCarty, #4 & #10 (eagle) Mackenzie Osborne, #5 Jason Gordon, #7 Rob Borland.

Hcp. 12-17: Low gross Karl Cameron 79 c/b, Lyle Torrie 81, Randy Doan 82. Low net Bruce Henderson 65, Glen Horsepool 67, Glen Meeres 68. Snips: #3 Tim O’Rourke, #4 Phil Nakashima, #5 Gabe Tremblay, #12 Glen Horsepool, #17 (POG) Rudge Wilson.

Hcp. 18+: Low gross Dave Buckley-Jones 84, Art Trto 86, Richard Wand 89. Low net Bob McKay 61, Al Pasenan 65, Frank Gibson 69. Snips: #7 Andy Clark, #12 Ron Carter, # 17 (POG) Art Trto.

Remember to get your entry in for the Devils Scramble – it’s the only game in town.

 

– Glacier Greens Men’s Golf

 

 

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