Glacier Greens golfers keep on swinging

Cool, damp weather no deterrent for 59 brave souls on Saturday

The threat of cool, damp weather did not deter 59 brave golfers from playing Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s Club on Feb. 1.

Conditions were better than what’s forecast for this Saturday. If there is no golf, Ben will run a poker tournament starting at 10 a.m. The greens people want everyone to use the mats on the par three tee boxes. Here are the Feb. 1 results:

Hcp. 0-9: Low gross – Rob Borland 71, Stan Mills 74, Terran Berger 75. Low net – Chris Kalnay 66 c/b, Randy Doan 66, Chuck Kennedy 68. Snips – #11 Chris Kalnay  #12 Bernie Johnston, #15 (POG) and #16 Richard Martin.

Hcp. 10-15: Low gross Ted Sauve 80, Wayne Ogilvie 82 c/b, Rob Egan 82 c/b. Low net – Andy Blair 68 c/b, Ferg Webster 68, Jim Loring 69. Snips – #3 Norm Fellbaum, #4 Steve Ellis, #6 Al Murray, #10 Ted Sauve, #14 Gabe Tremblay, #17 Bud Bryan.

Hcp. 16+: Low gross Henry Bonde 83, Glen Meeres  87, Wayne Wood 89. Low net – Keith Allan 69, Glen Parsons 70 c/b, Al Waddell 70. Snips – #2 and #17 Keith Allan, #4 Glen Meeres, #8 Paul Schroeder, #14 Al Pasanen, #15 (POG) Rudge Wilson.

 

– Glacier Greens Golf

 

 

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