Glacier Greens ladies pack their umbrellas for Tuesday round of golf

Tuesday morning and the big question was,”Will it rain or won’t it?” and so a field of umbrellaed and undaunted Glacier Greens women took to the course at 9 a.m. for another Pin Day.

The basic simulated diamond pin was won by Leslie Hauser with a great low net score of 69 and she also took the KP on #4.

Low gross  winner and winner of the KP on #15 was Gene Renaud with an 86. The second low net was carded by Wendy Dowe and longest putt was won by eagle-eye Bernice Henderson.

Low putt winners were Rosslyn O’Rourke and Connie Alexa with a 27 and 28 respectively.

Congratulations are in order for Marie Israel for her gold medal win in the BC 55+ Games. Marie won the gold for Zone 2 in A Division low net. Thanks for bringing home the glory to Glacier Greens, Marie!

Reminder to all the Shoot-Out participants to get their game in order and their money in, as the time is short.

 

– Glacier Greens Ladies Golf

 

 

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