Golfers brave bad weather

Rain and cold make for rotten conditions at Glacier Greens Saturday Men's outing

 

 

 

On Saturday, Dec. 1 at Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s, 54 players started and 40 finished. The weather was rather raw, with strong winds and lots of rain.

Remember if you sign up for men’s morning and don’t finish you don’t get your entry fee back (Wayne). There were some who went out but didn’t start; to each his own. Now for the results:

Hcp. 0-11: Low gross Barry Norris 76, Chris Kalnay 77, Dave Wacowich 78. Low net Paul Schroeder 70, Al Cabilan 71 c/b, Blair Peacock 71. Snips: #3 Dave Wacowich, #4 Dave Osborne, #5 & #8 Paul Schroeder, #7 Chuck Kennedy, #16 Chris Kalnay.

Hcp. 12-16: Low gross Norm Fellbaum 84 c/b, Jim Loring 84, Ross Dowe 86 c/b. Low net Roy Hagg 72 c/b, Nick Mykitiuk 72, Al Murray 73 c/b. Snips: #2 & #10 Nick Mykitiuk, #8 Norm Fellbaum.

Hcp. 17+: Low gross Ken Doll 94, Wayne Mabee 95 c/b, Richard Wand 95. Low net Hugh Scoullar 72, Bob Henn 75, Dave Buckley-Jones 82. Snips: #12 Hugh Scoullar.

Not bad scores considering the weather conditions. Next week 9:30 shotgun start , white tees and POG #15. Till then let’s hope for better weather.

– Glacier Greens Golf Course

 

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