Great day for golf at Glacier Greens

On Feb. 14, 71 Glacier Greens Saturday’s Men’s Club players had the best weather one could expect for this time of the year. Fairways were wet from all last week’s rain but playable and the greens were  good. The scores were also good.

Hcp. 0-11: Low gross Rob Borland 67, Bill Kelly 72, James Dickson 74. Low net Terran Berger 66, Steve Peters 68 c/b, Scott Robertson 68. Snips: #5 Larry Lott, #10 (eagle) and #14 Terran Berger.

Hcp. 12- 18: Low gross Bill Todd 81, Keith Allan 84 c/b, Wayne Ogilvie 84. Low net Wayne Wood 67, Richard Wand 69, Glen Meeres 70. Snips: #1 Wayne Wood, #2 and #14 Mike Pollock, #10 Jim Loring and #18 Keith Allan.

Hcp. 19+: Low gross Chris Bard 89, Jim Clark 90, Len Doyle 93. Low net Tim Hautzinger 70, Joe Dunham 71, Al Pasanen 72 c/b. Snips: Hole #4 Al Pasanen, #12 Bill O’Neill, #18 Len Doyle.

The Ben Gill KP challenge on #15 was won by Ross Dowe and the clubhouse improvement draw was won by Wally Berger. The weather forecast for next week looks good; let’s hope they are right and the good drainage system will dry out the fairways for even better golf.

– Glacier Greens Golf

 

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