Pink Ball Day for Glacier Greens ladies

Tuesday was Pink Ball Day for Glacier Greens ladies golf and there was a good turn-out for the fun. Teams were balanced and spirits were high, matching the beautiful blue sky and sunshine.

The object was to share the pink ball on a regular rotation and use those numbers as the team score. Some of the pinkies went for a swim and one went into the blackberry bush, followed by the undaunted member responsible. Scratched and bleeding (only a flesh wound) it was all worth while. Well done Marg Rushton, Ellie Nichols and Leslie Hauser.

KP on #12 was won by Beth Broomfield and on #7 by Gene Renaud. The sky had turned black by the time we finished but thankfully the sun returned for the presentation of prizes and hopefully will stick around for next week’s game. We’ll be on the back nine twice due to aeration.

– Glacier Greens Ladies Golf


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