No gimmies at Glacier Greens

Men's golfers receive friendly reminder that they must putt out

 

 

 

March roared in like a favourable lie for the Glacier Greens Saturday Men’s Club on March 2.

Fifty-one golfers played in light rain (no wind and reasonably warm weather) while about 30 wimped out. The scores were good for the conditions and one person was DQ  by his group for not putting out – good for you guys. POG (#12) was selected by A l Pasanen but there were no winners.

Hcp. 0-10: Low gross Barry Norris 72, Al Cabilan 75, Ron Morrison 76. Low net Dave Wacowich 68 c/b, Bill Todd 68, Jason Gordon 70. Snips: #1 and #14 Darrell Feiber, #3 Bill Todd, #3 Chris Kalnay, #9 Al Cabilan, #11 Dave Osborne, #16 Ron Morrison.

Hcp. 11-16: Low gross Rod Gray 81, Ted Sauve 85, Ross Dowe 86. Low net Bill Girard 72 c/b, Roy Hagg 72 c/b, Rudge Wilson 72. Snips: #3 Warren Brandson, #10 Ferg Webster, #16 Mike Pollock, #17 Ted Sauve.

Hcp. 17+: Low gross Bob Henn 86, Glen Meeres 89, Andy Clark 90. Low net Peter Leskovich 68, Al Pasanen 69 c/b, Dave Buckley-Jones 69. Snips: #7 Wayne Mabee, #18 Henry Bonde.

That’s it for this week. Remember, putt out: no gimmies!

 

– Glacier Greens Golf

 

 

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