Glacier Greens men’s golfers work on ‘shorts’ game

On April 18, 95 Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s golfers started under clear but cool conditions. Some were in shorts. The course is in good shape and drying out.

Hcp. 0-11: Low gross – Ken Osborne 73 c/b, Doug McArthur 73 c/b, Barry Norris 73. Low net – Karl Cameron 65, Larry Lott 67, Burt Graham 69. Snips – #1 Karl Cameron, #2 (eagle) Stan Mills, #11 Rob Borland, #15 Doug McArthur and  #17 (POG) Jeff Edwards.

Hcp. 12-18: Low gross – Ferg Webster 81, Wayne Ogilvie 82, Bob Edwards 83 c/b. Low net – Rudge Wilson 67, Pat Renaud 68 c/b,  John Pringle 68 c/b. Snips – #3 Wally Berger, #9 Paul Schroeder, #11 Jim Larocque, #12 John Pringle, #3 Gabe Tremblay, #15 and #17 Pete Hill.

Hcp. 19+: Low gross – John Holley 85 c/b, Len Doyle 85 c/b, Ross Dowe 85. Low net – Armin Reckhard 62, Bill Krier 64, Wayne Mabee 65. Snips – #10 and #14 Nick Mykitiuk, #13 Len Doyle, #18 Murray Polson.

Remember to double check the addition on the scorecards.

– Glacier Greens Golf

 

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