Great night for Glacier Greens Tuesday golfers

Scores were extremely close in red/white tee team scramble competition

Another perfect night greeted the Tuesday Night Mens’ Golf players on May 7. The men played a red/white tee team scramble competition. All scores were remarkably close with only one team not having a chance to win the prize  money.

Winning first place on a CB, with a score of -5, was the team of Randy Doan, Adrian Haut, Nick Mykitiuk, Scott Teasdale and Lee Johnson. In second, also with a score of -5, were Mario Guitard, Rick Verbeek, Brian Hottsenfelder, Fred Williams and Doug Mann. Taking third place, winners on a CB over three other teams, with a score of -4 were Blair Peacock, Al Nichols, Rudge Wilson, Mario Canil and Bernie Golding.

Hole prize winners: #1 sponsored by Westview Ford, Norm Fellbaum; #2 Scott Fraser/Royal Lepage Real Estate, Blair Peacock; #3 Yiamas Greek Taverna, Wayne Wood; #4 Bill Kelly Pro Shop, Wayne Oglivie; #5 Chips Ahoy, Doug Mann; #6 A-Lure Barber Shop, Claud Dufault; #7 Panago Pizza, Rudge Wilson; #8 Brian McLean Chevrolet, Roy Hagg and #9 The Wine Cottage, Fred Williams. The snips pot was carried over and will be at least double in size next Tuesday.

Several draw prizes were presented with Fred Williams winning the coveted granite cutting board presented by Dave Wacowich of Quick and Easy Granite. The other draw prizes were donated by Chad’s West Coast Grill, Coulter’s Automotive Repair, Griffin Pub, Jo Klassen’s Grill and Billy D’s Pub. The course is in great shape and  guests are welcome.

– Glacier Greens Golf

 

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