Glacier Greens pro scores ace

Bill Kelly goes tee to cup on #15 at Saturday Men's Club

 

 

 

Glacier Greens pro Bill Kelly notched his first hole in one on #15 en route to a five-under par 66 at Saturday Men’s Club golf on Nov. 3.

There was a threat of wind and rain, but only a sprinkling of showers fell on the 76 players. Top scores were as follows:

Hcp. 0-11: Low gross Bill Kelly 66, Barry Norris 71, Chuck Kennedy 73. Low net Al Cabilan 67, Dave Wasowich 68 c/b, Wayne Ogilvie 68. Snips: #1 Warren Brandson, #2 Wayne Ogilvie, #3 & #8 Bruce Coulter, #5,#9 & #15 (ace) Bill Kelly, #12 & #18 Al Cabilan, #13 & #16 Chuck Kennedy.

Hcp. 12-16: Low gross Phil Nakashima 79, John Holley 80 c/b, Paul Schroeder 80. Low net Rudge Wilson 67 c/b, Keith Allan 67, Al Murray 68 c/b. Snips:  #1 Keith Allan, #2 Rudge Wilson, #10 Philp Ball, #12 Phil Nakashima, #14 Chuck Brown, #17 Ferg Webster, #18 Don Cruickshank.

Hcp. 17+: Low gross Bill Krier 84, Steve Ellis 87, Ken Doll 90. Low net Brian Hotsenpiller 69, Glen Meeres 70, Gary Wood  73. No snips; carry-over next week.

Next week shotgun start 9:30, white tees and POG #7. Let’s hope for good weather.

 

– Glacier Greens

 

 

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