Glacier Greens golfers battle wind

Rain also a problem for Saturday Men's Club on Feb. 15

Despite a forecast of wind warning with rain, 43 hardy souls went out to play Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s Golf on Feb. 15.

The day started with no rain, then a light drizzle, then the wet stuff for the last four holes. The (soggy) results:

Hcp. 0-9: Low gross – Rob Borland 72, Kevin Hunt 74. Low net – Mike Berger 66, Dave Wacowich 69 c/b. Snips – #2 Andy Blair, #5 Kevin Hunt, #11 Chris Kalnay, #12 Rob Borland, #14 Terran Berger, #17 Dave Wacowich.

Hcp. 10-15: Low gross Lyle Torrie 83, Ferg Webster 84. Low net – Dave Brooker 68, Jim Loring 71 c/b. Snips – #1 Rob Egan, #2 and #11 Rod Gray, #4 Dave Brooker, #10 Ferg Webster, #16 Al Murray.

Hcp. 16+: Low gross Rudge Wilson 87 c/b, Gabe Tremblay 89 c/b. Low net –  Glen Meeres 70, Peter Leskovich 71 c/b. Snips – #11 Tim Hautzinger.

Not as many winners with a small field; maybe we will be lucky this week with some good weather. Remember, you must use the mats on the tees that have them.


– Glacier Greens Golf



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