Ken Osborne leads the way at Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s golf

The skies looked threatening on July 25, however the rain did not happen as 88 Glacier Greens golfers played their regular Saturday Men’s Morning event. The highlight was a solid performance by Ken Osborne with a two-under par 69.

“A” flight gross: Ken Osborne 69, Randy Robinson 72 and Terran Berger 74. Net: Larry Lott 65, Bernie Johnston 66 and Karl Cameron 67 c/b. Snips went to Ken Osborne #2 (eagle), Barry Norris #9 and  Dave Wacowich #11.

“B” flight gross: Jim Larocque 75, Adrian Haut 78 and Bud Bryan 82. Net: Wally Berger 64, Don Cruickshank 65 and Joe Dunham 69. Snips: Jim Larocque #1, #2 and #10, Adrian Haut #3, Gary MacGregor #4, Bud Bryan #6, Nick Mykitiuk #11, Don Cruickshank #12, Glen Meeres #15 and Rob Egan #18.

“C” flight gross: Ted Sauve 82, Norm Fellbaum 85 c/b and Henry Bonde 86. Net: Gary Wood 65, Jim Clark 66 and Hank Fortin 68. Snips: Dave Buckley-Jones #2 and Dave Chartrand #11 and #15.

There will be no Saturday Men’s Aug. 1 as the course will be used by the participants in the Comox Valley Men’s Open. Our next play will be Saturday, Aug. 8 with tee times and a 9 a.m. reverse shotgun.

– Glacier Greens Men’s Golf

 

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