Glacier Greens guys get a little wet

Maintenance to greens makes for tough putting for Saturday golfers

On Saturday, Aug. 23, 79 Glacier Greens Men’s golfers played the white/blue tees with the forecast of showers, which held off until the last three holes. The maintenance to the greens, which has to be done this time of the year, makes for tough putting but the scores still were good.

Hcp. 0-13: Low gross – Clint Perry 75, James Dickson 77 c/b, Al Cabilan 77. Low net – Adrian Haut 65, Willie Oliver 67, Carl Webber 68. Snips – #4 & #7 Dave Broker, #6 Richard Martin, #12 Willie Oliver, #14 Al Cabilan

Hcp. 14-19: Low gross Mike Gibbs 81 c/b, Steve Ellis 83 c/b, Gabe Tremblay 83. Low net Paul Schroeder 64, Nick Mykitiuk 65, Keith Allan c/b. Snips – #1 Don Curickshank , #2 Mike Gibbs, #3 Bud Bryan, #8 John Holley, #12 Gabe Tremblay.

Hcp. 20+: Low gross Hank Fortin 87, Len Doyle 90, Tim Hautzinger 93 c/b. Low net Garry Wood 65, William Chiki 68, Elmo Guinan 70. Snips – #1 & #18 Garry Wood, #15 Richard Wand, #16 Ron Carter.

Next week tee times and 8:30 a.m. shotgun with blue/white tees (last time for blue tees till next year). Red tees on Sept. 13. Get your entry in for the Devils’s Scramble Oct. 4: cut-off Thursday, Oct. 2 at noon, team draw at 1 p.m. Oct. 3. Clubhouse improvement was won by Steve Ellis.

 

– Glacier Greens Men’s Golf

 

 

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