Glacier Greens golfers swinging into summer format

Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s lucked out weather-wise again on March 28. They had sun to start, then clouds and some wind, but no rain.

The greens were little slow because they had been recently fertilized. The course was in good shape and it showed in the good scores posted by the 73 golfers.

Hcp. 0-12: Low gross  Barry Norris 73, Bill Kelly 74, Darrell Fieber 78. Low net Dave Brooker 68 c/b, Randy Doan 68, Willie Oliver 72. Snips: #5 Scott Robertson, #6 Bill Kelly, #8 and #10 Barry Norris, #9 Blair Peacock, #11 Marty Barbaro, #15 (POG) Scott Robinson, #18 Randy Doan.

Hcp. 13-18: Low gross Wayne Ogilvie 81, Bob Edwards 83, Gilles Raiche 84 c/b. Low net John Pringle 68, Don Cruickshank 69, Steve Ellis 70. Snips: #4 Wayne Ogilvie, #8 Paul Schroeder.

Hcp. 19+: Low gross Rudge Wilson 87, Henry Bonde 90, Joe Dunham 92. Low net Wayne Mabee 66, Armin Reckhard 70, Bill Krier 73 c/b. Snips: #8 Armin Reckhard.

Winner of the Ben Gill KP challenge on #15 was Nick Mykitiuk. We have had great weather this winter with good turnouts and the course in good condition. This week we start the summer format with tee times and reverse shotgun.

 

– Glacier Greens Golf

 

 

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