Good day at Glacier Greens

Over 100 players turn out for Saturday Men's round of golf

 

 

 

On July 27, 102 Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s players came out for a round of golf with the weather good and the course in good shape. Play was from the white tees.

Hcp. 0-10: Low gross Doug McArthur 71 c/b, Barry Norris 71, Rob Borland 74. Low net Stan Mills 67, Jim Livingston 69 c/b, Steve Peters 69 c/b. Snips: #1 and #2 (eagle) and #6  Rob Borland, #7 Blair Peacock,  #12 (POG) Phil Nakashima, #15 Adrian Haut.

Hcp. 11-15: Low gross Don Hilchey 73, Don Cruickshank 79, Steve Ellis 80. Low net Rob Egan 63, Bruce Henderson 64, Ross Dowe 68 c/b. Snips: #3 and #7 Steve Ellis, #4 Don Cruickshank, #15 Glen Horsepool, #16 and #18 Don Hilchey.

Hcp. 16+: Low gross Nick Mykitiuk 78, Ted Sauve 84, Glen Meeres 84. Low net Tim Hautzinger 61, Reg Meeres 64, Elmo Guinan 65. Snips: #4 William Chiki, #10 Tim Hautzinger, #14 Dave Buckley-Jones, #17 Frank Gibson.

This week we play on Sunday, Aug. 4 off the white/blue tees. Tee times will be early birds and shared times. Come out and have breakfast before you play.

– Glacier Greens Golf

 

 

 

 

 

 

Awesome

On Tuesday Crown Isle  Ladies’ Day last week some awesome golf was played on an awesome course.

The game was Individual Stableford and the winners were: 1st Rosemary Smith 43, 2nd Barb Parker and Raelene Robertson 41. KPs: Mathilde Schneider #7 and Val Dingwall #16. Par 5s:  #1 Janet Phillips, Margaret Forgeron and Sandra Morton; #5 and #10 Brenda Barrigan and Linda Stickney.

The Zone 6 4-ball Net and Gross Team Qualifier was also played. Congratulations to the gross team winner of May Mitchell and Shirley Ketter 74 and the net team winners of Janet Phillips and Marsha Mackinnon and Maggie MacLean and Barb Parker both with 61. The standby net team is Linda Stickney and Liz Ellis 62.  These ladies will represent Crown Isle at Fairwinds on Aug. 11.

At the Pheasant Glen’s Girlfriend tournament on July 18 Raelene Robertson won first low gross 74 and Judy Pouliot won third low net 65. They were also first low net team. Val Dingwall won $410 in the 50/50 draw.

Linda Stickney and Liz Ellis won fourth low net at the Arrowsmith Team Low Net Tournament.

– Crown Isle Ladies Golf

 

 

 

 

 

Scramble

On July 26, five teams met for Glacier Greens Friday Night Mixed Golf scramble.

The first place team was Leo Lamothe, Bob Mowat, Lee Johnson, Sue Guitard and Rose Jacobson.  Second place went to Brian Hotsenpiller, Glen Narfason, Lou Hotsenpiller and Shirley Narfason.  Third place team was Roy Hagg, Gary Tripp, Mario Canil, Judy Fellbaum and Caroline.

KP on #4 was Sue Guitard for the ladies and Bill Pompanio for the men. Snips were awarded to the teams of Leo Lamothe (#1), Brian Hotsenpiller (#3 and #5), Roy Hagg (#7) and Norm Fellbaum (#9).

If you care to join us registration is at 5 p.m. for 5:30 tee off.

– Glacier Greens Golf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

McQuinn Cup

Comox Tuesday Morning Ladies played in pairs July 23

for the McQuinn Cup.

Low gross: Jean McCrea/Pat Belanger 97, Sharon Crowe/Yvonne Baker 100, Anne Patterson/Patti Harris 100.

Low net: Peg Runquist/Linda Diamond 69, Nancy Newton/Edith Allbrecht 75-1/2, Rosalie Wiliams/Jean Kirby 76, Linda Verdenhalven/Barb Buchanan 76.

Hole prizes: Petrie Golf closest to the bucket #1/#10 Linda Callender, Playtime Gaming longest put Hcp 1-22 #4/#13 Linda Callender, Tee Box longest putt Hcp 23-29 #5/#14 Rosalie Williams, Panago Pizza longest putt Hcp 30+ #9/#18 Joyce Land, Tee Box longest drive Hcp 1-22 #3/#12 Linda Broadbent, Looneyrama longest drive Hcp 23-29 #6/#15 Barb Buchanan, longest putt #8/#17 Bernice Sutherland.

The Thursday Evening Ladies had a great turnout on July 25.

Low gross: Janice Nicklin 40, Jan Dafoe 42. Low net: Linda Callendar 33, Sharon Crowe, Kathy Branch and Lynda Hornstein 34.

Longest putt, Janice Nicklin – Chinook Forrest Products; long drive 0-13, Jan Dafoe – Petrie Golf Corp.; closest in 3, Jan Dafoe – Kathy Branch Hair; KP 0-23, Linda Callendar – Arizona Gifts; long drive 24+, Patti Harris – Shipwrecked; closest in 2, 24+, Jo Falco – Thriftys;

fewest putts with 12, Carmen deWinter- Tee Box Restaurant.

Join us this Thursday 5:30 for 6 p.m. All ladies welcome.

– Comox Ladies Golf

 

 

 

Busy day

A whopping 42 golfers turned out for Sunnydale Tuesday Ladies Day last week.

Low gross: Joan Rallison 88, Carolyn Walker 89, Teri Sleigh 91, Lois Westbrook and Pat Peden 94, Sharon Littler 95.

Low net: Penny Wagenstein and Sandra Galloway 68, Frankie McCaffery and Becky Kenner 71, Vicki Bombini, Susie Currie and Rona Lawson 72.

Lowest number of putts was a tie between Joan Rallison and Sandra Galloway. Longest putt on #9 Betty Lund. KP #5 second shot was Joan Brown. KP #10 sponsored by Rob Speer Pro Shop Doris Squire. KP #15 Trish Heyland.

The Ladies Tillicum is Aug. 10-11 with all golfers welcome. Sign-up forms in the clubhouse. Great golf, great prizes and great food.

– Sunnydale Ladies Golf

 

Qualifier

Tuesday, July 23 was another glorious day in the Comox Valley and 21 Glacier Greens Ladies turned up to play in the sunshine.

Four teams of two played a qualifying round to determine who will represent our club in the Zone 6, Four Ball Best Ball competition being held at Fairwinds golf course next month. On the net side the winners were Lynn Pringle and Glenda Kinney with 62 and Liz VanB and Beth Broomfield with 66. The low gross side was won by Gene Renaud and Connie Alexa with a 79. The alternate team will be Anne Blake and Fran Hutchison.

The remaining 13 golfers played a regular game of golf. Gross winners were Marie Israel 84 and Janet Edwards 89. Low net honours went to Rikki Farrell 65 and Irene Marshall 69.

Least putts won by Bernice Hendersen with 27. KPs #4 Rosslyn O’Rourke and #15 Gene Renaud.

 

– Glacier Greens Ladies Golf

 

 

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