Glacier Greens golfers enjoy sunny day

After a week of sun and frozen greens and then a day of heavy rain, Saturday, Nov. 22 was sunny, very little wind and fairly warm.

Sixty-seven Glacier Greens Saturday Morning Men’s golfers were out, and despite not playing for two weeks there were some good scores.

Hcp. 0-12: Low gross Rob Borland 73, Terran Berger 74, Mackenzie Osborne 76. Low net Dave Osborne 64, Marty Barbaro 68, Bill Todd 70. Snips: #1 Rob Burrows, #4 (POG) Marty Barbaro, #5 Richard Martin, #9 Shane Robinson, #15 Al Cabilan.

Hcp. 13-18: Low gross Keith Allan 79, Rob Egan 84 c/b, Randy Doan 84. Low net John Holley 63, Lyle Torrie 69, Gabe Tremblay 71 c/b. Snips: #1 John Holley, #6 Keith Allan, #7 Rudge Wilson, #8 Steve Ellis, #13 Paul Schroeder, #15 Rob Egan.

Hcp. 19+: Low gross Elmo Guinan 88, Dave Buckley-Jones 90,  Don Cruickshank 91. Low net Rod Verchere 62, Al Pasanen 66, Reg Meeres 71. Snips: #1 Henry Bonde.

Winner of the Ben Gill 15th Hole KP Challenge was Don Cruickshank. As long as the weather holds there will be Saturday Morning Golf, so get your ballots in.

 

– Glacier Greens Men’s Golf

 

 

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