Ken Osborne burns up the course at Glacier Greens

Saturday Men's Club golfer fires eight birdies en route to round of 65

Dec. 13 was a good mid December day, no rain or wind. Sixty-seven Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s golfers took to the course and produced some good scores. Congrats to Ken Osborne for his score of 65 including eight birdies. Here are the others scores:

Hcp. 0-12: Low gross – Ken Osborne 65, Barry Norris 70, Terran Berger 73. Low net – Warren Brandson 65, Darrell Fieber 68, Richard Martin 70. Snips – #3 and #17 Ken Osborne, #13 Blair Peacock.

Hcp. 13-16: Low gross – Bernie Johnston 79, Gabe Tremblay 82, Wayne Wood 86. Low net – Randy Doan 67, Rudge Wilson 70 c/b, Lyle Torrie 72. Snips – #3 Lyle Torrie, #7 Bill Girard, #16 Randy Doan, #17 (POG) Al Murray.

Hcp. 17+: Low gross – Don Cruickshank 84, Bill Krier 88, Henry Bonde 89. Low net – Len Doyle 67 c/b, Philip Ball 67, Al Pasanen 69.

Remember you must use the mats on the par 3s. John Holley was the winner of the Ben Gill Challenge on #15. Winner of clubhouse improvement draw was Al Pasanen. Let’s hope the weather lets us continue playing winter golf.

– Glacier Greens Golf

 

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