Glacier Greens Ladies play card game

Golfers had an ace, king, queen and jack on each team

Amidst some serious rain drops the card game played Tuesday was indeed a close race among the Glacier Greens Ladies golfers.

Each player on their team represented either an Ace, King or Queen and taking turns being the Jack. They found their card on the following hole to take the score of that person on the previously played hole.

On a countback with 73, Gene Renaud, Ellie Nicholas and Wendy Dowe edged out Rosslyn O’Rourke, Janet Edwards and Glenda Kinney who squeezed out Connie Alexa, Ann Johnston and Lori Cameron with a 74.

Janet Edwards claimed the KP on #4 and Rosslyn O’Rourke on #15.

Next week is the final week before the shoot-out and will be a pin day.

– Glacier Greens Ladies Golf

 

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