Glacier Greens men enjoy another excellent Saturday

Saturday, March 21 was another great day for golf,with 71 Glacier Greens men on the course. The scores were good and the course is in good shape thanks to our greens crew.

Hcp. 0-12: Low gross Terran Berger 71, Bill Kelly 72, Ken Osborne 73. Low net Scott Robinson 66, Dave Brooker 71 c/b, Randy Doan 71. Snips: #2 (eagle) Ken Osborne, #4 Chuck Kennedy, #14 Terran Berger, #16 Bill Kelly.

Hcp. 13-19: Low gross Pete Hill 85, Wayne Ogilvie 86 c/b, Ferg Webster 86. Low net Gary Macgregor 67, Steve Ellis 68, Jim Loring 72. Snips: #15 Pete Hill, #16 and #18 Steve Ellis, #17 Wayne Ogilvie.

Hcp. 20+: Low gross Len Doyle 89, Henry Bonde 91, Armin Reckhard 96. Low net Bob Mackay 65, Joe Dunham 68, Les Burns 72. Snips: #5 Les Burns, #12 (POG) Len Doyle, #15 Henry Bonde.

Winner of the Ben Gill KP challenge on #15 was Pete Hill. Remember to check your scorecards before you turn them in.

– Glacier Greens Golf

 

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