Glacier Greens guys play under overcast skies

De La Rey leads the way in low gross with a fine score of 70




The rain held off but it was a overcast and cool all day on June 1, but 89 Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s players participated and carded some good scores off the white tees.

Hcp. 0-9: Low gross Pieter De La Rey 70, Barry Norris 71, Dave Wacowich 73. Low net: Dave Osborne 66, Darrell Fieber 67 c/b, 70 Chris Kalnay 70. Snips: #1 Chris Kalnay, #3 & #8 Doug Macarthur, #6 Steve Schmidt, #10 (eagle) & #13 Rob Borland, #11 Dave Wacowich.

Hcp. 10-15: Low gross Randy Doan 74, Mike Worley 76, Steve Blacklock c/b. Low net John Trimmer 64 c/b, Roger Guinan 64, Bob Marshall 65. Snips: #6 Steve Blacklock, #7 & #9 Burt Graham, #8 Chuck Brown, #13 Mike Worley, #14 John Trimmer, #15 Ted Sauve, #16 Gilles Raiche, #17 (POG) Ferg Webster.

Hcp. 16+: Low gross Pat Renaud 84, Keith Allan 85, Claude Dufault 88 c/b. Low net Ken Doll 65, Elmo Guinan 66, Tim Hautzinger 68. Snips: #1 & #18 Al Basinger, #6 Richard Wand, #12 Bill O’Neil, #15 Dave Buckley-Jones, #17 (POG) Ken Doll.

This weekend the first round of the Shootout goes Sunday, June 9, times TBA, off the white tees. No POG team snip at Pro Shop till next week.


– Glacier Greens Men’s Golf



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