Glacier guys keep on swinging

Saturday Men's Club golfers play on through cool, windy weather

It was cool and windy Dec. 14 for the Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s Club golfers but only a few showers, not bad this time of the year, and 36 teed it up.

Hcp. 0-14: Low gross – Willie Oliver 76, Darrell Fieber 77, Stan Mills 79 c/b. Low net – Wayne Ogilvie 69, Dave Brooker 71, Steve Peters 73. Snips – #1 Willie Oliver, #6 Terran Berger, #12 Barry Norris, #16 Mike Pollock, #17 Darrell Fieber.

Hcp. 15+: Low gross – Peter Leskovich 87, Glen Meeres 92, Norm Fellbaum 93. Low net – Glen Parsons 72 c/b, Ron Carter 73, Henry Bonde 75 c/b. Snips – #7 (POG) Glen Parsons.

The clubhouse improvement meat draw winners were Glen Parsons, Willie Oliver, Andy Clark and Al Waddell.

– Glacier Greens Golf

 

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