Glacier Greens shoot-out starts

Seventeen teams turn out for first round scramble; best ball up next

 

 

 

Glacier Greens ladies golfers started their Fran Hume Memorial Shoot-out on Tuesday, Sept. 11 and there were some pretty good scores.

Seventeen teams started the day and the top scores for the scramble part of the game were:

Low net Rose Jacobson/Lori Cameron 55.5, Rikki Farrell/Kim Delaval 56, Wendy Dowe/Roberta Cadieu 56.5, Irene Perry/Pat Verchere 57, Angie Krahn/Donna Wilson 58, Judy Fellbaum/Jean Scoullar with 58.5.

Next Tuesday will be best ball so we should see some good scoring again. Hope the weather holds out for us for the next couple of Tuesdays.

 

 

 

 

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