Glacier Greens golfers have fun in fog

Saturday Men's Club has 62 brave souls out on a damp day

Sixty-two souls braved the foggy, damp weather to play Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s Golf on Jan. 23. On some holes you could only see about a 100 yards – it let some of us hit the ball out of sight.

Jay Ferguson, a former worker, was back for a visit and did the draw for the P.O.G.

Hcp. 0-8: Low gross – Terran Berger 72, Barry Norris 73, Shane Robinson 77 c/b. Low net – Stan Mills 68, Blair Peacock 70 c/b, Bernie Johnston 70. Snips – #2 and #16 Barry Norris, #8 Fabian McCarty, #10 (eagle) Marty Barbro, #11 Blair Peacock, #14 Stan Mills, #18 Terran Berger.

Hcp. 9-17: Low gross –  Chuck Brown 75, Jason Gordon 76, Ron Morrison 80. Low net – Bill Village 65, Rod Gray 68 c/b, Ferg Webster 68. Snips – #2 Gabe Tremblay, #3 Ferg Webster, #4 Chuck Brown, #8 Wayne Ogilvie, #15 (POG) Keith Allan, #16 Dave Osborne.

Hcp. 18+: Low gross – Peter Leskovich 86, Nike Mykitiuk 90, Glen Meeres 91. Low net – Phil Ball 67, 2nd Rudge Wilson 73 c/b, Henry Bonde 73. Snips – #12 Rudge Wilson, #15 (POG) Derek Bullard, #16 Nick Mykitiuk.

Let’s hope the fog lifts and we get sunshine: after all, we live on an island in the Pacific.

– Glacier Greens Golf


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