Jeff Edwards takes low gross at Glacier Greens

Saturday Men's Club enjoys sunny weather for their May 18 round




Glacier Green’s Saturday Men’s Club enjoyed sunny weather on May 18, with 81 golfers out for the event.

Hcp. 0-12: Low gross – Jeff Edwards 73, Jason Gordon 76, Mike Berger 77. Low net – Ron Morrison 66, Bill Village 67, Bernie Johnston 69. Snips – #5 and #14 Terran Berger, #8 Jason Gordon, #12 Bill Village, #18 Ron Morrison.

Hcp. 13-18: Low gross – Ken Grant 82, Joe Dunham 87, John Pringle 88 c/b. Low net – Gabe Tremblay 67, Jim Perry 73 c/b, Ted Sauve 73. Snips – #4 Nick Mykitiuk, #6 Rudge Wilson, #7 (POG) Richard Wand, #10 Keith Allan, #11 Wayne Wood. #12 Ted Sauve, #18 Adrian Haut.

Hcp. 19+: Low gross – Len Doyle 87 c/b, Glenn Horsepool 87, Al Waddell 89. Low net – Hank Fortin 66 c/b, Ken Doll 68, Bob Henn c/b. Snips – #6 Wayne Mabee, #10 Bill Stephens, #10 Glenn Horsepool, #15 Tim Hautzinger, #17 Gary Wood.

Next week is the second round of the Shoot Out.


– Glacier Greens Golf



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