Great golfing at Glacier Greens

Saturday men's crew enjoys warm weather and wonderful course conditions

 

 

 

The weather was great and so was the golf course for Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s on Aug. 10. Seventy-one golfers played the white tees and had some good scores. Due to the airshow this Saturday, Aug. 17 golf is on Sunday with early bird and shared tee times with blue/white tees. The following week it’s the club championship so get your entry into the pro shop.

Hcp. 0-10 – Low gross: Larry Lott 73, Barry Norris 74, Jim Livingstone 76. Low net: Richard Martin 68, Blair Peacock 69 c/b, Wayne Ogilvie 69 c/b. Snips: #3 Richard Martin, #7  Dave Brooker, #8 Al Cabilan, #10 & #11 Barry Norris, #13 Jeff Edwards, #14 Willie Oliver,  #18 Burt Graham.

Hcp. 11-16 – Low gross: Paul Schroeder 78, John Pringle, Lyle Torrie c/b. Low net: Bruce Henderson 66 c/b, Tim O’Rourke 66 c/b, Chuck Brown 68. Snips: #1 Chuck Brown, #3 Rick Verbeek,  #12 Lyle Torrie, #18 Rod Gray.

Hcp. 17-plus – Low gross Pat Renaud 81, Jim Clark 82, Wayne Wood 85. Low net Keith Ross 60, Bob Henn 63, Wayne Mabee 66. Snips: #2 Al Basinger, #3 Gary Wood, #8 Dave Buckley-Jones, #13 Philip Ball, #15 Rudge Wilson, #16 Bob Henn, #17 William Chiki.

 

– Glacier Greens Men’s Golf

 

 

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