Glacier Greens guys play on Sunday

Ladies tournament moves regular Saturday outing to the next day

Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s golf was played on Sunday, June 16 due to the ladies tournament, Being Father’s Day Sunday and the threat of rain, only 72 players took part.

Hcp. 0-12: Low gross –  Barry Norris 74 c/b, Jim Livingstone 74, Steve Peters 75. Low net – Roger Guinan 64, Bernie Johnston 65, Wayne Ogilvie 67.   Snips – #1, #4, #13 Barry Norris, #11 Steve Blacklock, #12 Pete Hill.

Hcp. 13-18: Low gross Ferg Webster 80, Leo Lamothe 81, Ken Grant 82. Low net – Ted Sauve 65 c/b, Warren Brandson 66, Rudge Wilson 69. Snips – #13 Warren Brandson.

Hcp. 19+: Low gross Frank Gibson 86, Henry Bonde 87, Claude Dufault 89 c/b. Low net – Bill O’Neill 62, Murray Polson 66 c/b, Hugh Scoullar 66. Snips – #2 Frank Gibson, #10 Philip Ball, #15 (POG) Richard Wand, #17 Henry Bonde.

Meat draws were won by Karl Cameron, Reg Meeres, Paula, Stan Kirkland and Len Doyle. Next week tee  times and 8:30 shotgun start. Blue/white tees.

– Glacier Greens Golf


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