Glacier Greens guys get in a good round of golf

After three Saturdays in a row the weather co-operated on Dec. 3 and 90 Glacier Greens players went out and enjoyed a good day.

After three Saturdays in a row the weather co-operated on Dec. 3 and 90 Glacier Greens players went out and enjoyed a good day and posted some good scores.

Hcp. 0-10: Low gross Stan Gibb 71, James Dickson 73, Bill Kelly 74. Low net Bert Graham 67 c/b, Al Cabilam 67, Dave Wacowich 69, Snips: #1 Karl Cameron, #3 Stan Gibb, #12 Steve Blacklock, #5 & #16 Serge Rivard.

Hcp. 11-15: Low gross Lon Mactinger 78, Wally Berger 82 c/b, Al Donovan 83 c/b. Low net Garry Reaume 67, Warren Brandson 70, Norm Fellbaum 71 c/b. Snips: #2 & #4 Phil Nakashima, #3 & #15 Jon Mactinger, #7 Wally Berger, #8 Lyle Torrie, #17 (POG) Wayne Wood, #18 Paul Schroeder.

Hcp. 16+: Low gross Kent Harper 82, Rick Verbeek 83, Jack Jackson 86. Low net Bob Henn 65, Art Trto 68 c/b, Len Doyle 68. Snips: #3 Dick Stuart, #10 Bob Henn, #12 Elmo Guinan. #6 Al Wadell, #8 Gilles Raiche.

 

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