Glacier Greens has great weather for club championship

Glacier Greens Golf Course held its annual club championship July 18-19, with a total of 86 participants.

With a little wind and sunny skies, the participants couldn’t use the weather as an excuse for bad shots. The tournament was divided into four categories, Ladies, Open (54 and under), Seniors (55 to 69) and Super Seniors (70 and over) which resulted with the following winners:

Men’s overall gross Ken Osborne 139. Men’s overall net Jim Larocque 140. Ladies overall gross Tobi Norris 154. Ladies overall net Rosslyn O’Rourke 137. Seniors 1st gross Ron Morrison 160; 1st net Pat Renaud 132 c.b. Super Seniors 1st Gross  Doug McArthur 147; 1st Net Burt Graham 123.

Thank you to all participants and volunteers for a great weekend and good golf. See you next year.

– Glacier Greens Golf Course

 

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