Good day for Glacier Greens guys

Course in good shape and weather co-operates on Saturday

Saturday April 26th  was cool, breezy,sunny with some cloudy periods but no rain.

Eighty-nine Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s golfers were out on April 26 with the course in good shape and reasonably dry with greens in good shape thanks to Wayne Wood and his greens crew.

Hcp. 0-11: Low gross – Stan Mills 71 c/b, Rob Borland 72 c/b, Mac Osborne 72. Low net – Chris Kalnay 67, Bill Todd 68, Dave Osborne 69. Snips – #1 Darrell Fieber, #3 Dave Osborne, #14 Chris Kalnay, #15 Ron Morrison.

Hcp. 12-17: Low gross – Karl Cameron 78, Bill Village 83 c/b,  Wayne Ogilvie 83. Low net – Robin Houlgrave 68, Ted Sauve 70, John Pringle 71 c/b. Snips – #2 Al Murray, #4 Ted Sauve, #8 Keith Allan, #9 Adrian Haut, #18 Wally Berger.

Hcp. 18+: Low gross – Gabe Tremblay 87 c/b, Al Waddell 88 c/b, Peter Leskovich 90. Low net – Gary Macgregor 65 c/b, Art Trto 65 c/b, Hank Fortin 65. Snips – #4 & #16 Al Pasasen, #8 Glenn Horsepool.

The Shoot Out is now full. Winners of the clubhouse improvement meat draw were Jasmine (bar staff), Ken Grant, Brenda Livingstone and Ron Carter (again).

– Glacier Greens Golf


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