Glacier Greens Shoot Out underway

Tourney breaks for the long weekend, then resumes Saturday, May 24




On Saturday, May 10 clearing skies greeted 112 participants as they teed it up for the first day of the 19th running of the Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s Club Shoot Out. This annual event is a three-week tournament with three different formats: Best Ball, Scramble and Alternate Shot.

After the last putt had dropped and the scores tallied, the team of Rob Borland and Steve Peters are leading the gross side with 66. Chris Kalnay and Dave Wacowich are next at 69, Kevin Hunt and Fabian McCarty are at 70, Jim Livingstone and Doug McArthur 71 while Jeff Edwards and Shane Robinson as well as Chuck Brown and James Dickson are tied at 72.

On the net side Ross Dowe and Lyle Torrie along with Nick Mykitiuk and Rudge Wilson are tied for the lead with 58. Mike Pollock and Al Waddell as well as Hank Fortin and Bob MacKay are next at 60. Three teams are tied at 61.

Team KPs went to Rob Borland and Steve Peters on #4 (sponsored by Scott Fraser of Royal LePage), Burt Graham and Karl Cameron #7 (Saturday Men’s Club), Pat Renaud and Norm Fellbaum #12 (RCMP Vets), Andy Clark and Wally Berger #15 (Bill Kelly Golf) and to Derrick Bullard and Dave Osborne (Slegg Lumber).

Because of the long weekend the tournament will take a break and resume on Saturday, May 24 with the Scramble format. There will be a regular Saturday Men’s competition on Saturday, May 17.

– Glacier Greens Golf


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