Glacier Greens guys dodge rain

Saturday morning men's golf outings starting to turn cold

On Nov. 30, 64 Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s golfers went out with the weather cool, windy and the threat of rain.

Luckily only a few drops of rain fell, not bad considering it was the last day of November.

Hcp. 0-11: Low gross – Terran Berger 71, Kevin Hunt 80 c/b, Willie Oliver 80 c/b. Low net – Richard Martin 67, Dave Brooker 70, Ron Morrison 71. Snips – #2 & #6 Terran Berger, #9 Dave Wacowich, #13 Marty Barbaro.

Hcp. 12-17: Low gross – Keith Allan 83, John Pringle 85, Rod Gray 86. Low net – Nick Mykitiuk 71, Mike Pollock 72, Ferg Webster 76. Snips – #6 & #9 Mike Pollock, #7 (POG) Richard Wand, #18 Paul Schroeder.

Hcp. 18+: Low gross –  Chris Bard 85, Glen Meeres 91, Wayne Mabee 95. Low net – Glenn Horsepool 72 c/b, Ron Carter 72, Philip Ball 76. No snips.

Here’s hoping we don’t get snow or frozen out and we can play this week – but it is December. Come out and have Ben’s special breakfast.

– Glacier Greens Golf

 

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