Glacier Greens guys heating up

87 turn out to play the white/blue tees, with some good scores posted

The weather was warm, even hot, on Saturday, July 12 when 87 Glacier Greens golfers played the white/blue tees with some good scores.

Hcp. 0-12: Low gross – Doug McArthur 70, Terran Berger 71, Barry Norris 74. Low net – Ken Grant 66, Clint Perry 67, Randy Robinson 69 c/b. Snips – #3 & #9 Doug McArthur, #4 Dave Osborne, #11 Chuck Brown, #14 Barry Norris.

Hcp. 13-20: Low gross – Mike Gibbs 81 c/b, Jim Loring 83, Ferg Webster 84. Low net – Gabe Tremblay 64, Don Cruskshank 65, Ross Dowe 68. Snips – #4 Gabe Tremblay, #5 Adrian Haut, #9 Mike Pollock, #18 Paul Schroeder.

Hcp. 21+: Low gross – Hank Fortin 87, Peter Leskovich 89, Len Doyle 90. Low net – Claude Dufault 66 c/b, Dave Buckley-Jones 66, Tim Hautzinger 67 c/b. Snips – #1 Philip Ball, #4 & #12 Tim Hautzinger, #8 Len Doyle, #15 Mark Kierstead, #15 Art Trto.

This weekend (July 19-20) is 20th Club Championship so get your entries in. Next Saturday Morning golf (July 26) with tee times and shotgun start 8:30 with blue/white tees.

– Glacier Greens Golf

 

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