Glacier Greens Tuesday men in the swing

First place goes to Berger, Wreggett, Carter, Conway and Dupuis

 

 

 

Glacier Greens Tuesday Men had a warm May 27 night with 47 golfers  playing low handicappers off the blue tees, high off the red tees and others off the white tees.

Results: 1st –5 Mike Berger, Russ Wreggett, Ron  Carter, Greg Conway, Dan Dupuis. 2nd –5 Sandy Clausen, Leo Lamonthe, John Layhe, Doug Messer. 3rd –4 Kris Kalnay, Roy Hagg, Ben Gill, Andy Deviers, Doug Mann Jr.

Hole winners: #1 KP Al Pasonen (Chads West Coast Grill), #2 Longest Putt John Holly (Jo Klassen’s), #3 Car KP Lee Johnson (Brian McLean Chevrolet), #4 KP Fred Williams (The Wine Cottage), #5 Longest Putt Doug Mann Jr. (Griffin Pub), #6 KP Rick Verbeek (A-Lure Barber Shop),     #7 KP Greg Conway (Bill Kelly Golf), #8 Longest Putt Bob Mowat (Billy D’s Pub), #9 KP Tarran Berger (Boston Pizza).

Draw prize sponsors were Canadian Western Bank, Aero Art Screening, Gill’s Catering, Panago Pizza, Quick and Easy Granite. Remember to put your food order in before you start play.

– Glacier Greens Golf

 

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