Glacier Greens golfers see red

More fun this week as men tackle the Devil's Scramble

 

 

 

Those darn red tees. The scores were not much better than the white tees, but that’s the last of them this year for the Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s golfers.

This week it’s the Devil’s Scramble (the draw will be made Friday at 1 p.m. in the clubhouse) and there will be Saturday morning golf in the winter, weather permitting.

On Saturday. Sept. 29 the weather was good – overcast then sunny – and 103 players did their best.

Hcp. 0-10: Low gross Mike Berger 70 c/b, Chris Westbrook 70, Barry Norris 71 c/b. Low net Bill Todd 63, Willie Oliver 66 c/b, Wayne Ogilvie 66. Snips: #2 (eagle) Bruce Coulter, #6 Larry Lott, #8 (eagle) Gabe Trembley.

HCP. 11-14: Low gross Mike Gibbs 74, John Holley 76, Chuck Brown 80 c/b. Low net Adrian Haut 63, Joe Dunham 66, Wally Berger 68. Snips: #4 (POG) & #18 Wally Berger, #6 Al Waddell, #8 John Trimmer, #9 Paul Schroeder, #10 Adrian Haut, #11 Mike Gibbs, #15 Tim O’Rourke.

Hcp. 15+: Low gross Hank Fortin 81, Pat Renaud 83 c/b, Rick Verbeek 83 c/b. Low net Ron Peacock 65, Reg Warne 67 c/b, Wayne Mabee 67 c/b. Snips: #1 Bill Krier, #4 (POG) Reg Warne, #9 Henry Bonde, #11 Bill Stephens, #15 Glen Horsepool.

– Glacier Greens Men’s Golf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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