No birdies or eagles at Glacier Greens

Instead, golfers shoot for turkeys at annual team event

Thirty-four golfers showed up at Glacier Greens on Sunday, Nov. 17 for the Turkey Shoot. The weather was mostly sun and little or no wind. It was a team effort, counting the best two gross scores and best one net score.

The winners were as follows:

Low gross: Blair Peacock, Wayne Ogilvie, Len Doyle, Dave Buckley-Jones –1; 2nd Shane Robinson, Brian Hotsenpiller, Elmo Guinan, Greg Conway +2.

Low net: Al Cabilan, Ted Sauve, Wayne Hay, Bernie Golding, Ron Carter –10; 2nd Richard Martin, Gabe Tremblay, Phil Ball, Fred Williams –10.

KPs: #12 Phil Nakashima, #15 Fred Williams, #17 Greg Conway. Thanks to organizers Norm Fellbaum and Wayne Ogilvie as well as the Canadian Superstore.

– Glacier Greens Golf

 

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