Glacier Greens golfers dodge raindrops

Comox Tuesday Ladies play version of match game on May 7




On Saturday, May 11 with the threat of rain, 83 Glacier Greens men showed up for a round of golf. The rain held off for the most part, except for a few sprinkles.

With the new tee off times that will be in effect till fall, the number of players has dropped by about 20.

Saturday it was play the white/blue tees. The new tee times for the summer months will be early birds 6:15 till 6:52 followed by shared tee times. Next week the tees will be blue/ white.

The course is in good shape with thick rough, so stay on the fairway. Saturday results as follows:

Hcp. 0-10: Low gross Dave Wacowich 73 c/b, Bruce Coulter 73 c/b, Barry Norris 73. Low net Chuck Kennedy 68, Willie Oliver 69, Rob Borland 70 c/b. Snips: #1 Karl Cameron, #4 Ken Osborne, #5 Barry Norris, #6 Rob Borland, #8 Chuck Kennedy, #11 Willie Oliver.

Hcp. 11-15: Low gross Kevin Hunt 78, Lyle Torrie 81, Bernie Johnston 83. Low net Steve Ellis 69, Ted Sauve 71, Ross Dowe 72 c/b.   Snips: #6 Gilles Raiche, #10 Rudge Wilson, #16 Randy Doan, #17 Rick Verbeek.

Hcp. 16+: Low gross Kent Harper 79, Norm Fellbaum 83 c/b, Jim Dodd 83 c/b. Low net Tim Hautzinger 62, Leo Lamothe 67 c/b, Jack Jackson 67. Snips: #3 John Holley, #4 (POG) Frank Gibson, #6 Kent Harper, #8 Al Basinger, 13 Tim Hautzinger, #16 (eagle) Claude Dufault, #17 Frank Gibson.

– Glacier Greens Men’s Golf




Great Night

Comox Ladies Tuesday Golf on May 7 had another wonderful day with 35 ladies playing a version of match play, oneself against the course.

At 8+ Amber DuFour, 6+ Anne Patterson, 5+ Karen Vanetta, Jean McCrea, Suzy Venuta, Grace Coulter, Deb McLean, Brenda Good, Edith Albrecht, Linda Callender; 4+ Pat Schmidt, Yvonne Higgs, Peg Runquist, Joyce Land, Lorelei Banford, Pat Ailles, Nancy Newton, Jean Kirby, Linda Verdenhalven.

Hole prizes: Panago Pizza – closest to bucket 1/#10 (all) – Grace Coulter; Petrie Golf – KP, low handicap; #4/13 – Lorelei Banford;

Playtime Gaming – KP, low handicap, #5/14 – Lorelei Banford; Tee Box – KP, high handicap, #7/16 – Pat Ailles; $17.50 – longest putt (all) #8/17 – Yvonne Higgs; Looney Rama – KP, high handicap, #9/18 – Bernice Sutherland.

On May 9, 30 Comox Ladies Thursday Evening Golf players were on the course on another beautiful night.

Low gross: Laurie Appleyard and Jan Dafoe tying with 46. Low net: Pat Schmidt 34, Kathy Branch 36. Fewest putts, Petrie Golf,  Linda Callender; Longest putt, Arizona Gifts, Karen Vanetta; Longest drive, Chinook Forest Products, Suzy Venuta; 2nd shot on the green, Kathy Branch Hair Salon, Sharon Crowe; 1st shot on the green, The Tee Box Restaurant, Judy McMartin; 2nd shot on the green, Thrifty Foods, Marilyn Olsen; 2nd longest drive, Ship Wrecked Bead Shop, Sue Leakey.

Members and non-members are welcome; 5 for 5:30 p.m. Call the pro shop to sign up at 250-339-4444.

– Comox Ladies Golf





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