Good turnout at Glacier Greens

Men's Day continues to experience favourable weather conditions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For the third Saturday in a row, Glacier Greens had 80 or more out for Men’s Day on Saturday, Feb. 15.

The weather was again good with sun and little or no wind, which was reflected in the good scores. The POG holes were drawn by Paul Schroeder so you can thank him.

Hcp. 0-10: Low gross Chris Westbrook 72, Terran Berger 73, Bruce Coulter 74. Low net Steve Peters 67, Bill Todd 69, Larry Lott 70 c/b. Snips: #3 Dave Wacowich, #11 Chris Kalnay,  #12 (POG) Dave Osborne, #13 & #17 Chris Westbrook.

Hcp. 11-16: Low gross Gilles Raiche 79, Norm Fellbaum 82, Mike Pollock 84. Low net Steve Ellis 65, Ferg Webster 71, Roy Hagg 72. Snips: #2 Philip Ball, #3 Wayne Hay, #9 & #10 Mike Pollock, #14 Warren Brandson, #18 Steve Ellis.

Hcp. 17+: Low gross Glen Meeres 88, Al Waddell 89, Jim Perry 89. Low net Len Doyle 70, Dave Buckley-Jones 71 c/b, Wayne Mabee 71. Snips: # 4 (POG) William Chiki.

That’s it for another week. Let’s hope the weather stays good and the turnouts continue to be as big or bigger.

– Glacier Greens Golf

 

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